BEST WESTERN Hotel Astrid
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We walk to Piazza Venezio and watch the changing of the guards at the 'wedding cake'. The kids decide they wouldn't like to do that for a job.We then walk across the road to the ruins.
I start wondering around reading the information boards.
Clint had been researching the tours the night before so was armed with some good information. He is approached by an Irish guy who is recruiting for ...
... Back on the metro, this time to Piazza Della Replubbica where we found....wait for it....wait for it....a working fountain!! Let joy be unconfined! We enjoyed this oasis and headed off yet again on the metro to Colli Albani where we wandered down to park in search of the Appia Antica. Finally finding a map we discovered that we were still some distance away and as it's 34C today decided that it would keep for another day. Back on the metro to San Giovanni station where we ...
... of walking and our early start, we decided to have an early dinner at a local restaurant Gianluca recommended.
Our second day kicked off with our "skip the line" guided tour of the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. I have wanted to come here since my high school history teacher, Mr Volker, first spoke about this part of Rome's history. We were not disappointed and our guide (who was an archeologist until she had a family - she did her first archeological dig in ...
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Saturday 26/4 we docked in Livorno, ...
We're off to the Vatican today. First we have breakfast at our hotel. Once we're done, we walk to the metro station near the Spanish steps and catch the metro to the Nearest station to the Vatican. From there it's about a 15 minute walk to the Vatican. We're finally there and the line to walk in is at least 2hrs long. So we reach the end & we notice that people are cutting in from the opening at the back, so we do the same & within 10 minutes, we're in the courtyard. We ...