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Travel Blogs from Rome
... We walked all around, spending about 40 minutes inside examining the various parts of the church and learning about its history. Amazing. We then went out onto St. Peter's square itself, and looked more closely at some of the features we'd learned about at the start of our tour. We also got a chance to look at the outside of the church, seeing the balcony where the new pope was announced and introduced just a few months ago. Lunchtime! ...
... 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 ...
... pushed up against a very attractive woman who smelled good. I was pushed up against the glass looking at the driver and smelling the men - not so good. Back in the hotel having cold beer while Rick has a siesta. Off to the Trevi Fountain tonight and whatever else Rome wants to throw our way. Dress up somewhat and head to the subway to find the Trevi Fountain. Find an outdoor Osteria and order pesto linguine and special of the day, grilled sea ...
Today has been a strange day.......last night for me was a very little sleep night.......I think it might have something to do with having two cappuccinos yesterday! Today, no more, I finally went to sleep this morning and got up around noon. Sherry was still recovering from her hurting knee and blisters on her feet......Bobbie was resting her back. The only one in good shape was Sharon, who finally went for a walk around 3 pm to get out ...
... Taking the pedestrian crossing immediately out of the exit we walked with the crowd along the main road turning left into the buildings. Our hotel was a short walk from the main train station. We walked down curbs that we not built for luggage and up paths of rickety stone passing a few hotels and restaurants. We had to ask in a shop exactly where our hotel was as we could not find it. The reason why? Because it has no signage. Way to go at marketing yourself. It ...
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- Pets allowed