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... down if he would have spit on me. Bear said when he saw me, I had a look of panic, I was so glad to get out of there! The bike ride was not near as relaxing as Berlin, way too much traffic and people to get through, and those drivers will run right over you! The ride took us to the major sights, Colisurm, Parthenon, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, cathedrals, and other areas. So far I have not fallen in love with Rome as others have. Hope next day is ...
... in the background only added to the experience.
Later, first via lift and then 320 stairs
we reached the dome of the Basilica for
spectacular views over Rome. The morning
was clear and we were rewarded with a terrific vista. Monuments which we had visited and seen at
ground level took on a whole new perspective, especially Victor Emmanuel 11’s
memorial standing out, so huge and white against the rest of the ...
... The floor is mostly original, and the oculus serves as a way of telling time as the sun shines through it. If I saw nothing else in Rome but this, I would have called it a success, but this was just the first stop. The last building of the day trumped all. More on that later.
We continued through Rome to see the Piazza Venezia, the Spanish Steps, Circus Maximus, and Palatine Hill. We stopped and explored the ...
... and my back pack on.
I got off the the subway to where the fountains were meant to be. I didn't quite find them straight up, so I went for a wander up some beautiful streets. The colour of the building with there gorgeous shutters. You can not help but fall instantly in love with this place.
After admiring all the streets and there little unique cafes and restaurants. I decided to get on one ...
Today we visited the Vatican Museums, having been forewarned by our hotel host, Daniel. The crowds were incomparable. Not a normal museum like encounter at all. It's like you are in a slow moving travellator...keep walking. The guide we were with held up a stick with a flag on it, and told us to stay close and follow her. if we got lost that was our problem. Wow it was a bit of a challenge. I would occasionally stop to get a clear photo and would ...