Hotel Domus Mea
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... to our next stop, the Trevi Fountain.
The most direct route to the famous fountain also took us down Rome’s busiest shopping street which was quite an adventure in itself. The Via del Corso is a huge street absolutely covered with people and filled with every major retailer you can think of as well as dozens of cheap souvenir shops all along the way. It was right up there with some of the busiest streets we’ve found ourselves on during our trip and that ...
... br> Beautiful, stunning city, with so much rich history of civilization.
Definitely the highlight of my trip in terms of the rich sight-seeing options in terms of artwork, sculptures, paintings by some of the most famous artists we've seen ever.
Definitely not a city for night-life. I do recommend Campe De Fiori though.
Definitely be prepared to do a lot of walking around the cobblestoned city-center, as the metropolitana is tiny compared to paris.
Thought we would take a walk along the Tiber today.
Check out the pictures of how some smart car drivers park their cars.
We revisited places en route that we had already seen, but check out the queue for St Peter's. Why wouldn’t you pre-book your tickets to skip the queues? I couldn’t think of anything worse!
The views ...
Today was a travel day. To start the day we woke up and relaxed. At 10 we left our apartment and walked around the city. We went into one of the 15 churches in the small 20,000 people town of Sorrento. The church was amazing it was all marble in amazing designs, there many paintings and sculptures. It was probably as or more full of wealth than anything in Canada. After the church we had lunch before heading to the train station. While we waited for our train we had ...
... but it is great to be going home to my family. I can hardly wait to see them. Billy James Saint Peters Square Saint Peter’s Square is the most famous square in the world. It is also an architectural and engineering masterpiece and no visitor to Rome should miss visiting it. The square was redesigned between 1657 and 1667 by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, who was already working on the Basilica. Pope Alexander VII wanted the piazza in front of St Peter’s Basilica to be a ...