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... city is built upon ruins of the old city and is quite a bit higher than it used to which in turn helps it not get flooded as much. After continuing from the Pantheon we passed the big Piazza Navona and walked across the river at Castel Sant'Angelo eventually ending near the Vatican. The Vatican was incredibly busy at the time since the Pope actually gives the Mass there on Wednesday though in the morning so I didn't get to see him at all, people ...
... walked a back to the hostel, picked up my bags and left the building. I went to the termini station, caught the A line to Flammino, left the metro and went to the train station, got confused as to where i was going, then found the correct train, meet Jo again, heading to the hotel, then got to the Contiki hotel – the Regent in Rome. At the hotel, i checked in, got to my room, found out that it was only me in the room, ...
... in scaffolding (the good part)- still exciting! Me, I was starting to stress about the now obviously impending weather. We got to the entrance and were sent inside to pick up our tickets. Well of course it starts pouring, real florida thunderstorm! We still had about 30 min of cover before the tour began.... We waited and listened.. Not letting up, so I decide to run back out to the dude selling ponchos and buy some for us, 20 euro later I came back with what we ...
... their visit to Roma in 2012. Turns out none of us can read a map worth a darn (it was the maps not the map reader’s, says Roger) We walked in fits and spurts and finally got to the Spanish Steps. Roger and John walked to the bottom while the rest of us enjoyed the ambiance from the top. Sara needed some food since it was almost one o’clock, so we walked toward the Fountain and found a little restaurant on the way. Cindy and Sara tried the cheese and ...
... our Tour guide Manuel provided us with a detailed historical journey.
Our next adventure was thanks to another partner at Brian's firm, Larry. We made our way by scary taxi (speeding through the streets nearly hitting pedestrians - very much like a real life video game) to Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini for a tour of ancient ruins archeologists had unearthed in the last several years. While waiting for the tour we found the cheapest cafe in ...