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... pass allows us to use a hop-on/hop-off bus, entrance and skip the line at St Peter’s Basilica, Vatican Museum, Raphael Rooms, and the Sistine Chapel and entrance into two additional Rome Museums. Once the pass is activated, the pass is good for three days. We figured we had just enough time to make it to the “ORP” office before it closed at 6 pm. After a 2 mile walk enjoying the sights and sounds of Rome, we arrived at 5:40 to find that the office was ...
... four years ago because it is almost in the center of the historical center of Rome. We walked all over the city, starting steps away from the Pantheon to take in familiar tourist spots (the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Roman Forum, etc.) and ranging more widely to explore the terrific views from a ridge-top park overlooking the city.
But while our mini-Roman holiday ended all too soon, we had much more adventure to come. We left Rome on the ...
... anyway, but we both preferred having Lizzie 100% for the rest of our days in Italy than hiking up the hill from the parking lot to see St. Francis's Basilica. Sorry, St. Francis. We have already started the list of reasons why we need to come back.
We started the last road journey of our Italian trip and it started off ok. We made it to Rome in about 2 hours and used my phone to find the hotel. I was still feeling bad so Doug and I decided to drop me off at the hotel with ...
... of earth had accumulated on top of the forum, burying it, over the course of 2,000 years. It's amazing to me, and makes me wonder what else is buried that they just haven't found yet.
We also visited the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps, but those were less impressive in my opinion. Honestly, had the Spanish Steps not had a name and there weren't a ton of people hanging around, I would ...
... Her instruction were , take this train to where you started and start all over again. Ha ha.
By the time we reached our hotel, it was to late to go out to eat. (And we were way to tired)
So, we stopped at a market and bought grapes, prosciutto , bread and cheese. Oh of course a bit of vino. That was our dinner which we enjoyed from out terrace overlooking the Sistine chapel, and on that note,
We bid you buona notte.