Bed & Breakfast Stella Elsa
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... Having so many to see we made our way around the grounds impressed by what was left from so many years ago, but I think I speak for both of us when I say our favourite was the Arch of Titus. Finally coming to the exit we saw for the first time in full the Colosseum. WOW! My 6th wonder of the world baby :)
Being the largest amphitheatre in the world and one of Roman architectures best works it really is a sight to be seen. I really wish I could hop in a time ...
... in. Our local tour guide Lorenzo met us at the entrance right before the rain started. EF Tours arranges priority entrances and they have been awesome all week, allowing us to get in before hundreds of other visitors that are waiting. As we assembled, we see flashes of light in the darkened sky and "bam" ... Thunder and lightening and POURING rain. Everyone is scrambling for umbrellas and ponchos being sold by the street vendors! We weren't sure how the tour or ...
... in Italian but with translations for German tourists) we were on our way.
Today was to be primarily spent at the Vatican City, but we walked there from the hotel so we could take in the sights. It was only a 30 minute walk after all.
The old parts of Rome are amazing. Such enormous, grand buildings everywhere you turn not to mention the spectacular statues and fountains.
We made our way without difficulty to St. Peter's Square.
... I was called several names when they came out. You get that.
After the creepy crypt visit (sounds like a title for a Scooby Doo episode) we headed for the Villa Borghese Gardens, 80 acres of incredible gardens and activities. As we arrived we saw some wonderful pushbike type carriages. We knew that was our ticket to a good look around in lazy peoples style, so off we pedaled. Dan & Alex couldn't stop laughing initially, it was such a laugh. ...
... antiquity this temple was dedicated to all gods of Paton Rome. Marco Vipsanio Agrippa built it between 27 and 25 BC in law, to celebrate his victory against the Persians. In 608 it became a Christian church. Inside they have the tomb of Raffaello. The moms wanted to go see a Piazza Navona again to look at the artwork. Then we went over to the Pantheon where they had Raffaello's tomb. At the end of the day, we went to Castel ...