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Suosittelen t't' hotellia eritt'in l'mpim'sti. Sijainti hyv', l'hell' Termini', n'ht'vyyksi', busseja. Alue siisti. Hotelli eritt'in siisti, ei edes pesuhuoneesta mit''n moitittavaa. Vesi, my's l'mmin , toimi. Ei yht''n nuhjuinen. Hyv' ilmastointi! Henkil'kunta mukava ja auttavainen. Hinnaltaan kuitenkin edullinen.
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... up and tried to have us take one from him so that he could charge us for it (common trick they use). After we said no pretty emphatically he actually pointed on the map where we were and told us a little about the square, it was actually really nice. So after enjoying the piazza for a bit we made our way back to relax at the hotel a bit before dinner.
That night, thanks to our friends on TripAdvisor we checked out a little place called Cantina & Cucina which felt ...
... br> On our way back to the apartment, we wind past Torre Argentina to see the good work being done at the Cat Sanctuary. It's a no-kill shelter that cares for and sterilizes the stray cats of Rome, releasing them back into the population. They also operate on any injured animals and teach the human population about their work. It's a really great place, and you can take lots of pictures of cats on Roman ruins, so that's a ...
... thirsty for some of the 3hr flight. Say what you will about them, but we were impressed that they brought us to Rome 10min ahead of schedule. Rome is a chaotic mishmash of past and present, and a big culture shock to us after running around Iceland and Norway. Our adventures in Iceland were focused on nature, and half of our Norwegian experience (fjord) was similar to that. Oslo and Bergen are quaint little organized cities compared ...
... to get an audio guide this time in hopes of learning something. Again, it was hard to follow but Mel listened to it and filled me in on the interesting tidbits. There were a lot of sites relating to Julius Ceasar and Augustus. I really should have read up on Roman history ahead of time to appreciate it all.
By now we had done a lot of walking and our legs needed a break. So we found an outdoor ristaurante/pizzeria called Massenzio ...
... only one row of columns instead of four! The square is the focal point of pilgrimages and over 300,000 people gather here every year to hear the Pope’s Easter speech. Three flights of steps lead from the square to the Basilica. Saint Peters Basilica Whether you are a seasoned traveller or a beginner, you will probably never see a church as magnificent as the Basilica of St Peter in the Vatican City. This beautiful church is one of the biggest in the world and is ...