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... going to university in Rome.
Then we saw what was considered by mum and James to be the real attraction: The trevi fountain. It was very impressive with huge cascading waterfalls in the middle of the city and massive elaborate marble statues towering over the throngs of tourists. It was quite crowded, (at 6pm on a Tuesday night) but we managed to throw our coins in over our shoulders which supposedly guarantees your return to ...
... us feel less ignorant to be able to communicate a bit in Spanish. He asked if I had a Facebook which I thought was weird--he just wanted to tag me in the picture but I told him no and then in Spanish he was apologizing and saying he wasn't trying to infringe on my rights. We went through a passport check and got our second stamp (the only other one was from going into Prague) and waited for a while at our gate. We had to take a bus to our plane from the gate!
... set loose to wander at will through the ruin, during the course of which I overheard another guide assure his flock that Christians had been fed to lions in this place.
After we had time to be suitably impressed we all gathered in front of the Arch of Constantine that is adjacent to the Coliseum for a group photo. It is apparently traditional for bridal parties to have wedding photos taken in this venue and there were four or five such troupes scattered ...
... to charge us 4eu to
get into the station. It was absolutely disgusting at that hour so we
changed our minds about trying to get on a train at 4am the next night
after the party. We settled with 4 bags of chips and a packet of oreos
from the vending machine. The cabbie yelled at me for eating in his cab
then ripped us of massively so I mushed chips into his floor as we got
We had a late check out Thursday before getting the bus to
... first main stop was the Coliseum, it is so big! We learnt that it was originally covered in Travertine marble and is an oval structure, Statues would have been in each of the archways; a lot of this was destroyed when the pope came into power and he took all of the good materials and used them to create his own structures. We didn’t get to go inside as the queues were rather long and I don’t think it was wheelchair friendly but ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed