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Travel Blogs from Rome
... people had some drinks outside, I came into the room for a second and ended up asleep for a little while before being woken up to get ready to go to the bar. The bar was raging... Not! Lol it was very average, not really any music and Lisa N and I still have colds so we decided to bail early. We have a huge day tomorrow with fitting in our walking tour as well as everything else so I think an early night is definitely in order! Hopefully everything will run smoother ...
... Max shepherded us to the entrance and then we agreed to meet back at the car in an hour or so. Although we were obviously familiar with Colosseum as it is such an iconic building, it was still impressive to see it in person. One fact I’d been unaware of was that it actually had a retractable roof! There were silk panels on cables that could be opened and closed (by slaves in those days). We toured the building ...
... was just mind blowing. There was so much to take in! The culture and history is so rich in Rome is such a cool place to visit. We seriously walked until our feet were going to fall off. I have never been so tired in my life haha We did not even get back to the apartment until 11 pm.
One of my favorite moment was when we were eating lunch by the Trevi Fountain and it hit me we were really in Rome. I am always so appreciative of the opportunities ...
... your c******nay from your sauvignon blanc, I can't think of a better place to introduce yourself to wine than Rome. Italy has the best variety of Vino, ranging through nearly every colour, flavour and style imaginable. From well known Chiantis to rustic Pinot Grigio's, Italy's wine's are renowned to be the finest in the world.
For Italians themselves wine is food and no mealtime is complete without a glass of a fine white to accompany foul and fish, or maybe a ...
... hanging out together, but I must admit, I think the only picture we took together was on the gondola back in Venice. It took some coordinating as we went from all being in the same hostel to eventually being in three hostels, but it's worked out. Tomorrow we all head our separate ways to our next destination. One day we'll meet up again - perhaps at a Minnesota-Vancouver hockey game? Happy travels (and work) ladies!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed