BEST WESTERN Hotel Astrid
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... hear me say that. Although she's also a fan of drawing and there's no place like Rome that screams so majestically - draw me now. I didn't feel like taking photos much. I'd get on little sprees and take a lot in a certain spot but it was just so intense, interrupting myself seemed foolish. And photos I learned a while ago either don't do something justice or become an artwork above and beyond the actuality and Rome just.... well, it was enough to just be there. Have I said ...
The Vatican City is only some 125 acres, but boy has it crammed some in this 125 acres. St Peters Square, the Sistene Chapel, St Peters Cathedral, The Vatican Museum and much more. The only place where not allowed photos was in the Sistene Chapel, home to the most famous work by ...
... Giulia $350.00 Florence : May 30th - June 2nd : Cristian $194.00 Verona : June 2nd - June 4th : Mari $136.00 Venice : June 4th - June 7th : Vera $189.00 Total accomodations : $1725.00 Viatours: May 19th Pompeii day trip from Rome - $195.97 May 31st Florence walking tour (3h) - ...
Welcome to Roma. Today we touched down in the capital of Italy and it's wonderful. There was around a 5 hour drive to get here from Venice where we made a small stop over in the designer outlet capital. This was a lovely shopping destination constructed outside with small side streets, rivers a bridges. We enjoyed pizza at one of the small cafés for lunch with Michelle which was yummy. shortly after our shopping expedition we arrive in Roma ready for our walking tour around the ...
... this a 3* stop. It houses the "best" Roman antiquities and looted booty from Greece. Personally, I thought it was a dumping ground for headless statues and broken pieces of stuff and rated it a -1* but I can check it off the list and say I saw it. We stopped for lunch and then picked up our baggage. The best thing about hotels here is that you can check out but leave your luggage if you still have time to sightsee. The train ...