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Travel Blogs from Rome
... on the boat, we headed out to find an internet cafe to remove the photos from our SD card that had been completely filled in a week. We then grabbed a quick meal at a local takeaway and retired to our room to eat and get some much needed sleep.
Struggling to wake to our 6:30am alarm, we packed a day bag to head off to Vatican City. Without time for breakfast we brought a couple of tube tickets and made the quick 5 stop journey to Ceptro, near our destination. After ...
... of the old Roman imperial palaces, the stadio and the overlooking portico, Romulean huts, the house of Octavius, the great substructures of the Palatine Hill. In the forum, we were met with a few intact columns from each of the many temples. The steps of the Curia Julia, the tall domes of the Basilica Maxentius, the huge weathered triumphal arches. Across the street of the imperial fori, we bought paninis and sat watching the crowds of ...
... this point. Even leaving at 12pm I was on my feet for 7 hours. Just imagine what you could see if you weren't as incapacitated as I am currently.
On my final day I shall be staying local and doing all the things within 5 to 10 minutes walk like the pantheon and piazza navona. I will probably have pizza for lunch and then maybe mcdonalds at the airport for tea. I may eat some sort of Italian pudding but I'm not keen on the look of ...
... Europe, the Ganges representing Asia, and the Platte representing the Americas. Interesting facts!
You should know that the Piazza Navona square also had two additional fountains; one at the southern end called the Fontana del Moro (1575) and the other one, the Fontana del Neptune (1574) located at the northern end.
After staying here just a short while, without ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed