Trianon Borgo Pio Residence
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... panels, and wind farms than we could count. The rain soon left us and we arrived in Ortona by noon. Our airbnb reservation was for two beds and two baths, a shared kitchen and living room; there were no other guests, so it was quite nice to have it all to ourselves. After an Iper (grocery store) stop, we returned to the house and Bob concocted a spaghetti dish to die for! Then we set out ...
... After the Trevi Fountain, I went out to dinner at Macaron Cafe. I had never tried a macaron, so I was very excited to go there! They taste very crisp, soft, and chewy, which is not what I expected. I still liked it and I would definitely have to have one again. After that, I went back to my hotel to rest after the long day.
The next day I had breakfast down in my hotel lobby again and afterwards I went to St. Peter's ...
This morning took us back to Ancient Rome as we walked up Michelangelo's stairs to the Victor Emmanuel Monument and enjoyed beautiful views of the city. From there we found the sprawling Capitoline Museum atop one of Rome's seven hills. In the courtyard stand massive chunks of what's left of a 30 foot statue of Emperor Constantine--head, hand and feet. Statues and busts line the Hall of Emperors, the Hall of Gladiators and many other rooms in the museum. We enjoyed ...
... Union by population within city limits. The urban area of Rome extends beyond the administrative city limits with a population of around 3.8 million. Between 3.2 and 4.2 million people live in Rome ...
... we toured the colosseum, the forum, Vatican City, Pantheon, Spanish steps and the Trevi fountain. However the Trevi fountain was completely empty and surrounded by scaffolding for 18 months. I was not happy about this! We honestly walked all over Rome for the 3 days in 37 degree heat. We really missed having a pool! I also got to catch up with my uni friend Sarah who I last saw in Whistler! She's teaching in London too after ...