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Don't go to see the Spanish Steps or the Trevi Fountain at the moment because they are both undergoing restoration, as is part of the Colosseum. Luckily all the rest of it and the Circus Maximus, the Forum and lots of the other monuments and ruins are all still OK. It was horribly crowded of course with the whole world wandering down some of the most famous streets, but I was on top of a Hop on Hop off bus with a good view of ...
... obelisks. The fountain features four figures, each representing a river from a different continent - the Nile, Ganges, Danube and Rio de la Plata.
The Fountain of Four Rivers is too big so we could ...
... to the nightmare that unfolded!
Our train was booked to depart at 9.55am. We took a taxi from the hotel and arrived at the station a little after 9.30am.
The taxi driver was a charming, petite, very well dressed Italian women, in her early 40's I would say. She firstly would not hear of any of the men helping load the bags, she managed it, even with her petite figure on her own. She also unloaded the luggage at the station. ...
... in. Our local tour guide Lorenzo met us at the entrance right before the rain started. EF Tours arranges priority entrances and they have been awesome all week, allowing us to get in before hundreds of other visitors that are waiting. As we assembled, we see flashes of light in the darkened sky and "bam" ... Thunder and lightening and POURING rain. Everyone is scrambling for umbrellas and ponchos being sold by the street vendors! We weren't sure how the tour or ...
... through the museum of the Vatican City, immense collection of amazing art and sculptures, we are in complete awe of the immense magnitude and worth, it is just beyond our imaginations. Room after room of spectacular art works, mosaic, sculptures ceiling art and wall art. We spent hours viewing all the different rooms. Finally reaching the Sistine Chapel which was wall to wall paintings and of course ...