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... is a lovely hotel called the Palm Gallery. We are in a quiet, non-touristy neighbourhood with good access to restaurants and city transport. The staff here have been unfailingly helpful and welcoming - and persistent in prodding Alitalia to find the lost luggage!
For all of us, this is not our first time visiting Rome and there was general agreement that we would skip St.Peter's square and the Vatican. Our first day we headed to see the "ancient sites" ...
... paintings somewhat repetitive!
Eventually. Reached the Sistine Chapel and saw the Michelangelo ceiling which is quite amazing!
After this we were ready for lunch and found a small cafe down a side street where wwe were treated like royalty and served delicious food and wine!
We then tried to see the St Angelo Castello but we're too late to do it justice so caught the ...
... sent prisoners out naked and unarmed to be hunted by wild animals in the arena.
It started to rain pretty heavily when we were on the second floor, and both our umbrellas proved useless, turning inside out! I did see a pretty rainbow though, looking on the bright side!
By the middle of the day I was exhausted and grumpy, and to make matters worse, the famous gelato shop we were visiting was shut! We easily found ...
... we are on a carbo-o-cutback! Due to our busy schedule, we have had hardly any down time and haven't eaten dinner before 10pm! It's tourist life! Rome has dealt up an array of weather for us - hot, humid, windy and a thunder storm! Yesterday when the storm hit I watched the Tour de France in Italian! We fly to Paris at 8.30pm today, but before we leave our last tour ...
... it hadn't been on a Sunday), but unfortunately we had no such luck as it was closed in preparation for All soul's Day celebration.
We then went to the Colosseum of which I had been anticipating since my interest in ancient Roman culture had developed as a freshman in high school. It was simply amazing, especially to think of all of the different uses the Colosseum has known over the years. From a gladiatorial ring, to a pace ...