Travel Blogs from Rome
... football. His first ever league game and, for him, he was debuting in the stands for the first time to witness his beloved Bianconeri take to the field.
Earlier that morning we decided to go to a local farmers market by the Circo Massimo. A small yet delightful market which was bursting with the city’s inhabitants buying fresh produce for their Sunday lunch.
As we walked around the 'Mercato di Campagna amica’ ...
... hear the thunder and see the lightening. Even a couple of the museum attendants were getting excited about it! Just a word about not understanding anything anyone is saying around me: you learn a lot just by overhearing things. So not knowing the language isn't just missing the conversations with others but also missing key information that may be crucial (like possible evacuation instructions). But everything was fine, and I had the good fortune of being inside ...
We started out going to the Pantheon, which is about a 5 minute walk from our apartment.
Davis hurt his foot on our d-day beach tour in France, so he is gimpy. If I was home I probably would've taken him for an x-ray, but I don't know where to take him here, so we are treating it as a bruise - ice, Tylenol, but no rest..... anyway, he got huffy and decided to head back to ...
After crashing in our hotel room two nights in a row, we had our first evening meal at a ristorante. Hotel Tritone is literally a stone's throw from the Trevi Fountain. For one of Rome's most famous landmarks it is surprising how it is so tucked away - walk down a fairly narrow laneway and... there it is! Anyway, we wandered down to the fountain and perused the many eating establishments, settling on the ristorante pictured. ...
... we could see the Colosseum as well as other landmarks in the distance.We then made our way to Vatican City and St. Peter's Square. As a Roman Catholic, I have to say this was special for me. Although I do not agree with a lot of the Catholic Church's stance on many issues, I still do consider myself a proud Catholic, and so being here really meant a lot to me and my faith. Sean and I went back the next day hoping the gift shop would be ...
How has this campground rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed