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Travel Blogs from Rome
... along the way. At the end of the day we went to The Vatican City for a quick look as we will go there again tomorrow for the full tour. By the end of the day we were all pretty tired so it was back to our apartment to have a cold beer, some nice cheese and a bottle of Moët to toast the newly married couple with. Dinner was a very quiet affair at a local cafe where we ordered a glass of ...
... to see the painting by Caravaggio that is inside and also to see the crypt where bones of 4000 friars are arranged in a mosaic (on a panel nearby it reads, "what you are now, we were, what we are now, you shall be.")!
I got a little turned around looking for this final stop, made a few wrong turns and walked farther than I needed to walk. It was the Trevi Fountain. Betty and I walked to it last Friday evening. I guess I was hoping that ...
... there crafts in the center. This Piazza was built in A.D. 80 by the Emperor Domitan, built 25 feet below the current street level they would flood the square to cool off the neighborhood. Campo Di Fiori is an open air Flower and fresh food market , they sell oils and tons of pasta.... Cindy and I made a new friend there that sold products that dice, slice and curl .... He explained we could cook it with meat ,chicken or dog ...
Sometimes it's good to have a break and this morning we did just that. We feel like we don't know where we are or what we are doing. It's all so new to us even though it's ancient. After Tim and Maddie bought paninis for lunch at the corner cafe we headed off for the days adventure.
Maddie wanted to go to the Palatine and Forum to get some better photos of the Colosseum. After walking up a ...
... Italian, but also with some poems in other languages, including English. After having a look at the island from river level, along with joggers and cyclists who use the wide, paved, car-free riverside promenade, we walked back up the steps near Ponte Cestio, before turning left to cross the bridge onto the island. As you go over the bridge, stepping onto the road to avoid other pedestrians on the narrow footpath, but being careful not to step in front of a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed