Albergo della Posta
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Today we took the train to a little village on a lake called Bracciano. We visited a medieval castle called Castello Odescalchi. In the castle there were some medieval beds and furniture, some armour and weapons and it had a beautiful garden overlooking Lake ...
... guide from An Australian who took us around explaining stuff. For those of you who also had a hard time paying attention in history class, this is an area which is unbelievably huge and an imperial palace once stood. I seriously can’t even imagine how this looked so many years ago, and it’s truly amazing that even anything is left standing.
After our tour, we walked over to the pantheon. We were able ...
... cream and red wine, we deliberated about what to do next and it basically boiled down to Colosseum vs. Vatican City. We opted for the latter since the Sistine Chapel is nearby and another must-see in my book, though I did not force my case, you understand. Having thrown those coins in that fountain, we might, just might, have another bite of the cherry. We took the Metro in the direction of the Vatican City, then walked the final approach to St. Peter's ...
... Trevi. On the way we stopped at Il Gelato di San Crispino. The gelati was a bit more expensive than elsewhere but their specialty was meringue gelato and it was delicious. Fontana di Trevi was ridiculously busy with tourists. We didn't stay long. In fact neither of us were really enjoying this tourist gauntlet between the sites or at the sites. It just didn't feel like the Rome we were looking for. We carried on to the Pantheon, which was very impressive, and crowded, ...
... favorite by far! (yes even better than the Colosseum) I spent 2 solid hours in that place, reading every sign, checking out every corner and inch of that place. It was a functioning castle back in the day, and definitely saw some war time. at the top of the highest tower had another breath taking view. i kept my tradition and had my cappoccino there, took in the sight, because i had a perfect view straight at the Vatican. Another part of this castle that i really enjoyed ...