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Travel Blogs from Rome
... went to a bakery (called a panetteria) we saw a pirate ship, some horses, a lion, some planets, the Colosseum and a map of Italy all made out of pastry!
We also went to the Pantheon where you had to be quiet. I had a lemonade slushy (called granita) while we were waiting to go in. We saw some horses with carriages but we didn't have a ride on them.
... painful but nope....not at all.
The night before me we found a hotel spitting distance from the Vatican for super cheap. Booking.com....it seems to work good. We nav to the place and its not too bad.....little tricky finding the actual hotel entrance though...I had to park and walk around to look for it and it was only 50 feet from me. Just couldn't see it. Stopped a couple of beat coppers and asked they pointed me at it....and amazing ....we got ...
... clearly were struggling, and we enjoyed the excellent view over Rome from the top. After more photos (well, I'm not likely to come here again) we went down again. After an argument over a gelato and more tacky tourist shops, we went back to the B&B. I discovered a new use for the bidet in our bathroom (I'm never gonna use it in the way it's meant to be used) - soaking my sore feet in warm soapy water. Heavenly!!!!
After a short break, I left Katie to ...
... ago so they increased the security).
During the ghetto period, the Jews were only allowed one synagogue, but because they had so many different kinds of Jews
there from many countries, they sort of had 5 in one building. At one point in history, Rome was so ashamed of having a
dirty ol' ghetto in their sparkling city that they basically tore the whole ghetto down to rebuild the ...
... there. Walking through all the ruins feels unreal. Its fun to imagine the people of ancient Rome walking the same path. The Colosseum was amazing. We got to skip the line and admire the arena. As I walked through I could just imagine ten of thousands Romans screaming as gladiators fought to their death...it was crazy. Headed back to the B&B and grabbed gelato and granites and a nearby place. Heading to the Pantheon neighborhood tomorrow.