Best Western Hotel Rivoli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 …
... for another train, got platforms confused, eventually got to florence, ticket wasn't valid, had to buy another, paid an extra 42 euros (rail pass expired saturday). Finally got to rome 4 hours later than expected. Checked into hostel. Went to couchsurfing (social media thing for travelers) meetup at a bistro. Met some international students and a few other couchsurfers. Talked quite a bit to one guy from california. He had been traveling around ...
Short two and a half hour drive and we were in Genova, the scenery along the way was beautiful! This is purely a stop over so we checked in... and were upgraded to their 5 star hotel next door yay! We went to a restaurant on the pier for our first Italian meal for ...
... into the roof, walls and statues. We took a few photos, and then we went to pray for a few quiet minutes in a part of the church. 10:00 am-We marvelled a little more at the enormous limestone and marble columns lining it, until we found a place where they had different language-speaking priests conducting confession. Mum found an English-speaking priest, and said confession. 11:00 am-We headed back to the Vatican gates, downed quite a few bottles of water, and ...
... sombre, grey, 60 seater bus entered the town limits, it was intercepted by a decorated, bright yellow, Bug and made to pull over, almost in an anecdotal Ant-Elephantesque manner. Out pops a young man from the car- in shades and a suit that can only be made in Italy- who walks into the bus, announcing for the bride to step out with him.
"Do you know this guy?" I asked my sister, who by now is delirious.
“Of course I do, that’s Paolo, Jai’s ...