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Travel Blogs from Rome
... is in Greece, you aren't allowed to flush toilet paper, you have to throw it in a bin after use... A little bit dirty :/ The rooms are a little squishy. I was stuck with the top bunk which folded out from the wall. I shortly realized I had no ladder to get up with... Umm wtf?? But the ladders were detachable and sitting next to the cupboard, phew!! We got settled and then met ...
... H. got pickpocketed in the midst of it all. I'm surprised we all eventually made it to our destination. The first place we went was the Colosseum for those of us doing the optional Imperial tour (€26).
The tour was good, but it kept raining so it was kind of hard to enjoy it. She showed us pictures of what the Colosseum used to look like and then we had about 30 seconds to wander around on our own before doing the Forum part of the tour. The tour guide had ...
... pass, which simply meant I could jump the massive queue for tickets. Well worth it even if I have to deal with one of the slimiest Italians going. The most iconic image of Rome was impressive. It is still in good shape considering the time since it was used and the earthquake damage it went through. Rome is so full of tourists, it is like no other place I have been to and full of Americans, I thought they didn't travel! After, I ...
We were traveling north; the highways were excellent and not bumper to bumper! And guess what! I had my first glimpse of medieval towns built high above the hills surrounded by deep green colored cypress trees. Having never seen these type of towns before, to me it was the "Wow" factor plus an insight as to what was more to come!
... At each step you say a prayer and there are about 20 steps to the top. During Holy Week dozens of people will be climbing these stairs. When my class was there, about 15 people were climbing, which was very powerful to me. I really want to climb the stairs during Holy Week as well.
The last church we went to was Santa Croce. It is one of the seven Pilgrim Churches. This church is special because St.Helena brought over several relics from Jerusalem. Some of the relics ...
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