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 …
... the location, and, most of all, the people we had met. But, Matera was calling, so Bob picked up our Citroen Cactus from the Hertz office at the train station (don’t laugh, the car is a dream) and we headed out to the highway. The ride was good; we stopped to take a picture of Salerno, which looks to be quite a seaport, and encountered much expected construction. I say ...
... were taking pics of him, I thought that was weird. We were then let loose in Rome to have dinner. I had a pizza...of course. One of the girls who came with us ordered a steak that the waiter recommended. It came out and it was massive and she's like wow all that for €7, turns out it was €7 per 100g and it cost her €70 and she barely ate it. Such a funny story. Haha. After that we went back to the accommodation and I had a quite ...
... of our hosts in Bella was heartwarming. We parted ways with Carmine and came back to Rome, after putting our feet up for a while, we went around the corner to our local restaurant "Perilli's" for dinner and a red wine or two, exhausted again, we fell into bed. Meg drove 1200 kms and did all the touring etc not a scratch. Ray was closing his eyes and Kaye was holding her ...
... the Papal Palace of Castel Gandolfo and the major basilicas, enjoy extraterritorial status similar to that of foreign embassies.
Rome has been a major Christian pilgrimage site since the Middle Ages. People from ...