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... and I said I would hop in and meet him downstairs for breakfast in a bit. Map in hand after planning out our next three days the night before I made my way down to see big smiles as he happily sipped away at his “cafe americano con latte”. We enjoyed breakfast and I broke down my thoughts for how we could divide and conquer the city. With Ancient Rome being the first on my hit list we sipped the last of our coffee and tea and were off. I joked to Dad ...
... to make it for that gelati either 11pm tonight or 11am the next day so gelati never went ahead.
After dinner headed towards the hostel ´Yellow´...After 40mins of searching but simply being too tired to figure out the map and feeling abit unsafe in Rome at night we threw our hands up and opted for the cab to the hostel. Arriving, the street was pumping good vibes, we weren't planning on staying up that night at all though, due to our long day of travelling we ...
... far more to our liking than the busy and crowded Rome: no congestion, slower pace of activities, more families, quaintness and picturesque. We could see ourselves renting a villa for two weeks with the invitation to our family to join us in a relaxing setting in the Italian countryside. We returned via the now moving train without incident and went to Finnegan's Irish Pub to host a Harp in honor of Megan, Shannon and Patrick! Next time, we would like you all here with ...
... surrounding the central themes of the ceiling of the Roman Catholic building used to signal the selection of the next Pope (you know the white/black smoke ceremony). The Pope who commissioned Michelangelo for the ceiling (a 4-year effort) wanted to honor the Jewish heritage of the church. Some believe that there are Kabbalistic (Jewish ancient mystery teachings) built into the structure.
Anyway, when in Rome you can always see a dome.
... cities, there was bound to be a double decker bus tour with audio equipment to hear the history of the city. I was correct and including the price of the train to get to Rome, it worked out at a fraction of the price.
The first stop was at the iconic Colosseum. When people talk about Rome, I think the Colosseum is probably the first image which springs to mind.
The Colosseum is magnificent to look at, however I think the ...