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TravelPod Member ReviewsOkapi Rooms Rome
Very friendly staff, english speaking, clean rooms. Would stay again
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... major restoration too so it was dry. The fountain depicts the god Neptune riding in a chariot pulled by two sea horses. Two tritons manage them, one sea horse is calm, the other unruly - the two opposing aspects of the ocean. Much of the fountain was hidden behind scaffolding, but Neptune and the sea horses were visible. We thought the fountain must be quite the sight when the water the water is flowing.
We don't know if the legend ...
... church where they attended Mass this past Sunday, as they continued on a half-mile trek to look for more shops, eventually coming within sight of St. Peter’s square.
Among their new discoveries was a fish market, where they bought some fresh fish fillets, which the owner was gracious enough to pack in ice for their trek back; and a vegetable market where they found apricots and bananas. On the way way back, they stopped to ...
... Just a tiny piece of a huge visual story. I’m sure if the ceiling to the Duomo in Florence wasn’t as impressive, the Sistine Chapel would have been more impressive. But all the same, it was a treat to see.
We ended the tour and enjoyed a coke, before walking back to the metro, and back home.
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... saying. This was the first city that we had to navigate around by ourselves. Thank god for Jenna's amazing skills at reading a map or we would be walking in circles even more than we were. I am trying really hard to understand directions and read a map. There were only two Metro Lines so it wasn't too hard to navigate but the fact that after we got off we could only take certain buses to places we were trying to get it.
Rome has so many amazing places ...
... around, had a very delicious Panini for lunch to be topped off with a MASSIVE gelato! On the coach again at 1pm for a quick 3 and a bit hour drive to Roma or Rome and straight into our walking tour from there. Phew sore feet! Caught the underground - impressive feat with 44 people managing to follow one very short Noddy (tour leader) through the Italian underground, with all of us making it to our destination!!!! Which was the Spanish steps. from there to the ...