Mr Frills B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... so we decided to splurge our daily budget and get it. We didn't really think much of the walking tour. The guide had so much stuff that he could talk about and show us but he rambled about various things that weren't really relevant. We ended up leaving the tour when he walked into a shopping mall that had a TV showing the men's final of the tennis at Wimbledon. Our third day in Rome Sonya and Dad Davidson joined us and we headed off early to have a look around ...
... we've pretty much seen most of the monuments in Rome by simply wondering around, you really can just stumble upon something famous anywhere you go. My favorite places so far have been the Colosseum and St. Peter's Basilica which is the church at the Vatican. You really cant fathom how huge the Colosseum is through pictures and its incredible that it was built almost 2000 years ago. Its also estimated that 500,000 people died there over the years.. the ...
... all the piazzas in Rome. The night light of the city casts an eerie light over the central statue, but the area is full of people sitting down to their dinners.We decide it is still too early for our dinner and we head toward the most known fountain, but as I try and avoid the crowds, we take the long way around, and sort of end up at the Spanish Steps. My walking companions are not happy. I have succeeded in upsetting everybody I've taken to Rome, ...again...Later we arrive ...
... a spectacular feat of engineering and design.
Ultimately it was their downfall, the games at the Colosseum were a political ploy to keep the citizens occupied, the Romans had benefited so much from their conquests; they had slaves to do their work and plundered wealth abounded so their idle time was taken by watching ever more violent combats with gladiators and exotic animals – no Christians to the lions here!
Paid a visit to the Forum, the ...
... the same. Not something you'd expect from a pizzaria in Rome but more like something you'd get down at the local Dominos. This was a huge shame seeing as it was Mum and Dad's first 'real' meal of pizza. The only redeeming factor of the dinner was the starter of gnocci which was fabulous.
The next morning we all got up and boarded the train which would take us through to Florence! Being that the train went up to 225km/hr, it really didn't take long at all. Ciao Roma!