BEST WESTERN Hotel Astrid
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Coliseum, is one of the few ancient structures still intact. In 608 the Pantheon was converted to a Christian church, which aided in its preservation. The dome of the Pantheon is an engineering feat. Its height is equal to its diameter, and there are no visible supporting structures. The only light in the Pantheon comes through an opening at the apex of the dome. The building also houses the tombs of Victor Emmanuel II and Raphael.
We headed home in the dark ...
We had a full itinerary booked for today. With our vacation quickly coming to a close we are trying to sprint to the finish line - the plan is to keep the energy high and to avoid dwelling on the sad fact that real life will need to start again soon.
We walked from our apartment to the Colosseum (approximately a 30 minute walk) and met a tour guide at a pre-arranged spot. This was a tour that was focused ...
... telling me fun facts and reminiscing on when she visited as a kid. I couldn't imagine what the place was like in the summer… all those tourist piling in to see. Tuesday it was relatively calm, seeing how it was/is off season. Getting closer, I was beginning to get filled with anxiety. (Just think of all the history that resides within the walls and the steps I am taking. How many million have done just the same?)
Finally, we entered ...
... our stuff off at the Hostel where Joel and I was sharing a bungalow which even had its own ensuite. Yay.
It was still early so we went on a walking tour of Rome. Chris dropped us off in the centre due to us being bit out of the way. Sarah lead us through Rome past most of the famous sights. We saw many street performers and annoying people trying to sell roses and little balls of gooey that makes noises. We walked up the Spanish steps which was so crowded it was hard ...
... had taken. How lucky we are to have the opportunity to travel to amazing cities and experience diverse cultures. We are still in disbelief of everything we were able to see and accomplish on this trip. Rome appeared in the distance and we collected our bags for exit. We got lost trying to find our hotel, but finally arrived. It's location is not as appealing as our first hotel, but it is a very nice, roomy suite within a ...