Best Western Hotel Rivoli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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The Colosseum is Real!
Kicked the hot dust in the Roman Forum, imagining the men and women who walked here before...
What would the Romans say if they could see us staring at their ruined buildings? They just might find it more entertaining than flattering.
After finding our hotel we walked to the Colosseum and then …
But not for everyone. I can tell you that the single most popular item for sale on the streets surrounding the entrance to St. Peter’s square—it is not a square, of course, but a trapezoid, square, and oval combined—is a strange contraption made up of a metal extension rod and a bracket. People buy them like hotcakes from the African and South American hawkers. I don’t know the proper name for it, if it ...
... Man versus beast, gladiator games The Colloseo cinema park Palatine Hill and the great Roman Forum Were some hours of walking round rubble And out on the streets there were many old priests Well clad nuns in their numbers were double It seemed on our visit that works were in force As scaffolding grew round the sights Fontana di Trevi was covered with rods No cooling off, no water fights Climbing the steps that are named ...
We woke up a bit late today but got out at a reasonable time. We went to a nice bar around the corner and got panini and coffee. Orson and Sophie were coming in at 3 so we thought we'd just do a short touristy thing. We caught the train to the trevi fountain but found it waterless and under construction. We went on a random walk and somehow ended up walking through the roman forums and ...
... walked to Piazza de Republica as we were to meet Joanna & Giancarlo at midday there. On one face was a large brick entrance to what looked like a ruin. It was to Basilica St Maria of the Angels & Martyrs a huge converted area of Diocletian’s Baths designed by Michelangelo at age 86. The place is huge by our standards although it was without many seats & yet it doesn’t feature in any of the guides.
At 12 we were picked up by ...