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Travel Blogs from Rome
We started off our second day in Rome bright and early to get to the Colosseum. We walked straight into the ticket booths; we were in the Colosseum in less than 5 mins, which was awesome. I can't believe I was standing in this monstrous landmark – built in the first century - that is still standing. After visiting the Colosseum, we made our way to the Roman Forum, where we got to see ...
... of Pope Innocent, as well as a Velazquez portrait of the pope. They are off in a corner by themselves, so don't miss them!" We found them (the Bernini’s were exquisite) and more – ahh, quiet and few other people! the unusual opportunity to walk through a palace with its original art, furniture and wall coverings – with an audio guide narrated by an heir that brought the building and the people who lived there to life - seats in ...
... and historical landmarks. I just did not want to do anything at all that day. Also, I do not know if it was because I was being lazy or I just really did not want to do anything; I had hue headache that made me want to fall asleep but would not let me. I was so tired that day that I could not do anything even if I wanted to. I am now 5864 miles from ...
... our two Latin pronunciations. Apparently, the Italians learn their Latin with a very Italian twist on how to speak it. To my ears, it seems like almost a hybrid of the two languages. Either way, it was fascinating.
After this, we wandered off to Piazza Venezia, the major hub for everything in the city. All roads lead here. At a small garden/park off Via di Villa Caffarelli , we had a great view of Roma at ...
... hours, so that we did.
So, after a couple of hours sleep to get rid of the jet lag, we all climbed into a cab to go downtown and grab some dinner and take in a few sights. The cab was…let’s just say…smallish. It was a Fiat with barely enough room for the four of us plus the driver. Unfortunately I called shotgun and ended up in the front seat beside the driver. Why unfortunately you ask? Firstly, cause the seat was pushed so far forward ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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