La Stella di Roma B&B
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... lunch in a small cafe/bar we headed back to collect our bags and get to the airport for our flight to Dubrovnik. We had no idea what was awaiting us!!!!!
Our plane was late out of Rome so subsequently we were late to our hotel in Dubrovnik. When we arrived we learned that our tour leader was also held up so there was no meeting until the morning. When we attempted to check in, I was rudely informed that i was sharing a room and a double bed with ...
Monday 12 May.
Well today was my last day in Rome, so Arriverderci Roma. This morning I visted the Church of Santa Maria della Concezione or the Capuchin Crypt. The crypt is located beneath the church and is a collection of rooms that contain the skeletal remains of around 3700 capuchin monks. This would have to be one of ...
... trip to Rome arriving at 11pm. Managed to pass the next 5hrs looking out the window and admiring the countryside.
We walked a few blocks looking for our hotel, eventually we asked for directions and a very kind hotel owner directed us right to the hotel. Dropped off our bags and headed out to look for something to eat .... the streets were bustling with people of all walks of life, so we just grabbed a bite to eat and then back to our hotel ...
Today we started at the Colloseum. Expecting large crowds and long queues we went early. A guide touting for business came up and we joined a group which was really worthwhile as they also took us to the Roman Forum and Palantino hill where Rome began. In the evening we did a food lovers tour of Tastevere (across the river). We went to the different restaurants, plus a wine cellar and an old pharmacy that closed over 60 years ago that was run by the church and was still set ...
... a little hard to some details. This was the same with the Colosseum which was our next stop. Around half of the building was covered in scaffolding so they can clean up the bricks and stone. We met at the amazing building and had some time to get group photos and unfortunately be harried by gypsies, but started our tour at the old ruin area known as the Roman Forum. It was very interesting here, because we learnt that the people decided to break down the old ruins when ...