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... we took a taxi to our hotel Adler Roma. It was in a great location and just down the street from where I stayed last year. We dropped off our bags and then went exploring. It was really nice that I had been there before, so I kind of knew where the big tourist areas were. We first visited my favorite Cathedral and then had a delicious lunch in an outdoor cafe. Next, we headed to the Colosseum. I think it cost about 10 euros to get in and we walked ...
... NOT. Cobblestones are NOT luggage friendly, just saying.
Our hotel is the Hotel Art, in via Margutta. Nice from the outside…seems promising. The lobby/restaurant is cool. GREAT art collection (duh)…this looks REALLY promising. Up to the room….****! Not so promising. TINY, I mean SMALL room with a small bathroom. Oh well! Can’t win 'em all. We unpacked and decided to take a walk (did I ...
... no flash except in the Sistine Chapel, no pictures allowed. It was a lovely chapel but not as beautiful as the Pantheon. St. Peter's Basilica was stunning though. So big and so gorgeous again I don't think our photos will do it justice. Vatican City was completely different to how I imagined it, it was so much better. It is good to hear the stories of Pope Francis. He seems to be following in Jesus ...
... and a short rest, we headed to the Colosseum, stopping to look at the Forum and the Vittorio Emmanuele II along the way. The Colosseum was very impressive given its sheer size. Much of the outside was covered in scaffolding for restorations, but we were glad we had the chance to go inside. We had dinner on the terrace of a little cafe, enjoying some delicious pasta, with, of course, a bottle of wine. And now, it's time to sleep before a busy day tomorrow touring ...
... with mint green walls and small tea candles at every table. The menu was a simple portable black board which the wait staff carted round to every table, patiently explaining the specials for the day.
We started with a smoked bufala mozzarella with prosciutto parma. We knew we were onto a winner when we tasted the prosciutto - it was the best we had in Rome so far. For our pasta mains, I had the black truffle carbonara and Paul had the turbot ...