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Pantheon, Fontana de Trevi, Vaticano, Piazza di Spagna, etc.
Tiramos um dia para ir ver Pompéia.
... street performers, restaurants inviting you in, and fountains at either end.
I bought a gelato and wandered back and forth between the two squares, listening to the music and people watching. As my evening drew to a close and I found my way to the Metro, and looked up just in time to see the Spanish steps, but just for a moment, it was time to go home.
Ah Rome, a city that I have long looked forward to visiting ever since we ...
... can preach from.
By this stage we had lost the group among the crowds and headed through St Peter’s square. We saw some Swiss guard in their impressive attire, there would have been more around but in mufti. There was also a mysterious massive queue which we later figured out was for entering the Vatican. Luckily we were part of a tour and could skip the queue! There were numerous randoms trying to sell us tours of the Vatican as we walked out though and it felt a bit ...
... set out. Sundays one had all different salads, pastas, rice, bread, fruit. It was all delicious. Most Italians will just have a plateful but we went back for seconds (so did lots of people) and that was our dinner for the price of a cocktail and beer. We really enjoyed Rome, all the sights are just as great as you think they'd be, our favourite was definitely the colosseum. The 28+ degree weather was a bonus too! We're off to Pisa then Florence tomorrow. Two cities in one ...
... already having bought tickets.
We walked to the Pantheon only to find out it was a public holiday and had closed early. From there we joined the masses at the Trevi fountain and Spanish steps before returning home to a fresh fish dinner (although we have no idea what kind of fish it was - we couldn't understand anything at the market) and of course more gelato.
Sunday we saw the Roman Forum and then headed towards St Peter's and the Vatican ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsMartina House Rome
Great place to stay, behind via Veneto, two squares from USA embassy, good furniture, nice building. You must arrive before 9 pm.
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