Barcelo Aran Blu
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... Florence was 1 1/2 hours on the fast Frecce train. We took a taxi to our accommodation from the station, with the taxi driver going to great lengths to explain all costs. Obviously he has come across the ugly tourist on a number of occasions . I was amazed how the taxi manoeuvred into narrow streets full of pedestrians who weren't at all phased by having a taxi close behind nor in any hurry to move quickly let alone be out of its ...
... was born in Italy to an Italian father and a Cuban-American mother so she speaks three languages fluently. She went to college in the U.S. so she has a pretty good mastery of slang as well. We started at a small shop where we learned about the different regions of Italy and ate mozzarella de bufala and some other things and had our first glass of wine. Our second stop was at a place that Anthony Bordain enjoyed on TV that makes pizza with ...
... build their churches. Because the restoration of The Colosseum is ongoing, there are many archeological relics still being uncovered. We saw several just discovered in 2008! Just outside the Coliseum is the Arch of Constantine (Arco di Costantino), a 75 foot high monument built in 315 AD. Adjacent to the Arch is a Roman fountain, Roman roads and more of the ancient city currently being excavated. Quite ...
... the large number of school children entering. We had several excellent views of the forum that extended from the hill to the colosseum. Amazing what humans could construct two thousand years ago. We visited the adjoining Church of Santa Maria in Aracoeli. There were many large chandeliers throughout the church. Italian women would climb the 125 marble stairs, on their knees, in an effort to be blessed to have children. (I think there are ...
... sup> December
Today was spent in Vatican State, enjoying the smallest country in the world. We had pre-booked tickets, which wasn’t really necessary, and worked out that we’d use a family audio guide tour to make our way around the museums. We caught the metro to Ottoviano St Pietro and walked to the Vatican museums dodging all the tour operators on the way. It was quite busy and we made our way through the crowds, found the audio guides and we were ready to begin. ...