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TripAdvisor Reviews Perseo B&B Rome
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... great! We visited churches and then some. Some were behind the plainest of doors that could easily be mistaken for somebody's house or flat but inside was all the magnificent art work and decoration that we have come to expect from churches in Rome.
We got a lot of history and while fascinating it was much too much to remember everything.
We finished our tour about 5.45 and our tired feet found a bus stop where a bus, via a restaurant, took us ...
... there was a square that had a ton of people trying to sell the same stuff. It was a lot like Barcelona in that way. They were selling shlock, like my father would call it. The square had two very well preserved fountains that had very interesting statues in them. It was a neat square because of the number of street-performers that wanted money. Some were acrobats, some were musicians, and some were doing stupid things like throwing down a rubber toy that ...
Staying in cabins about an hour out of Rome means really early starts for us. Half our group were doing the Vatican tour which meant we left accommodation at 6:30 for the drive in. however despite my catholic school girl roots I opted to spend my $60 and half of my one day in Rome elsewhere. But I did make sure that I actually entered the Vatican state to get some pics and see the sights. There ended up being a good size pack of us with ...
... and was eager to help, despite the fact he did not speak English. While Venice and Florence were fantastic for being able to speak English with pretty much everyone we crossed paths with, Rome was absolutely TERRIBLE for English and we relied on a lot of pointing and nodding. Luckily, we understood that the old man was telling us “underground”, so to mean the metro and then he wrote down a bunch of names and the then '4 stops’ ...
... icon in Rome, but seems to be hidden in a labyrinth.
The Pantheon was absolutely unreal. This was hands-down my favorite part of Rome. To think that they were able to build this without help from any machinery is absolutely absurd. The entire top is one solid piece that is a perfect circle and to think they were able to get it to the top of the building is unfathomable. The detail of the building and the history that a single structure has is ...