Happy Village & Camping
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHappy Village & Camping Rome
This is certainly a happy place! We were welcomed with a big smile from everyone, followed by lots of information on Rome and what to see. Even though this campsite is in Prima Porte, a little way out, I have to say that it is extremely well located for visiting Rome. The campsite provides a free shuttle service o get you onto the rail network and for 3 Euro return and within 15-20 minutes, you are in Rome....could not be easier. Good clean facilities also.
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First day in Roma!! We are up early having breakfast at 6.45am so that we allow enough time to get to our meeting point outside the Vatican. Breakfast is good a nice variety and normal bacon!! Gaza is happy about that haha. We head out to find our way to the subway. The trains run regularly so we didn't have to wait at all. We soon arrived at our stop and headed out to explore. The group leader for the tour arrived and we got shown our guide for the day. It's great we get headsets so we ...
... but with temps around 33 to 36 degrees nice to find shade ....Home COLD shower and off for dinner in a sidewalk cafe. A great choice for atmosphere food and authenticity! Up and off for our guided tour of Vatican City. The Sistene Chapel was incredible BUT St Peters Basilica was the highlight of our entire time in Rome. Words, photos, videos simply cannot describe the feeling of the immensity and wonderment of this amazing structure. Michelangelo was the designer and ...
... and wanted lots of it. He commented that Romans take some delight in watching Hollywood versions of their history. They laugh out loud at the New Zealander's movie ,"Gladiator". Far too many historical inaccuracies for them. I still found it a remarkable place. Much smaller too than Hollywood would have us believe. I climbed the treacherous stairs to the fourth level but decided against going any higher. My view was fine from where I was. I also saw a Coliseum cat. He was ...
... of us took a side trip to Rome (and another to Amsterdam - but that's a whole other treasure trove of travel stories!). It was a quick visit from a different time - my memories of it are patchy though it left the impression of a big, hot, dirty and too-often-dodgy city (of course much of that relates to our accommodation in one of the world's worst hostels - we had 5 beds between 6 of us in a 'dorm' which was really just a corridor to ...
... touch and say your peace. I did get to the cross and said a short silent prayer. Even though I didn't get to see the Pope, I was still overwhelmed with being in this holy place. After I stopped crying (not kidding, I was an emotional wreck - I blame it on old age and the cancer ****), we all moved outside into the square. I missed most of the guide's commentary because I started taking pictures and moving around on my own. ;-) My brain (and my ...