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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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We started our morning setting the alarm for 5am, being picked up at 5.30am to be taken to the airport for our flight to Rome. Fortunately uneventful. We arrived at our quaint hotel - Hotel D'Inghilterr, after driving through several sections of the new city. This, like every other 'new' part of a European city is the same and holds no attraction at all. The old part of these city's is usually the parts which hold any interest. We left our cases with reception because we ...
Our path from the Colosseum took us uphill, and this was taken from a greater height.
Arch of Constantine
The Arch of Constantine is just nearby. Triumphal arches like this are thought ...
... city, trash everywhere, dog poop on the sidewalks, cigarette butts everywhere, smoking in restaurants, and so much traffic, just not my kind of place. My favorite part of the day was supper. We found an American restaurant and had nachos, hamburger, French fries, and ICE! Have to say Rome was my least favorite place of our whole trip. After staying in Tuscany and being in the small, relaxing towns, Rome just didn't ...
... to see the golden dome from the inside. Then we went even further up all the way to the top to see a great view of Rome and of Vatican City. The stairs started to slant the further we went up, which was really cool. Even though it was very crowded at the top the view made up for it. When we left the church we walked around and did a little shopping until we finally went home for some well deserved ...
Ah Sunday, our last day to catch some sites. After another awesome breakfast, we left the apartment a little late to catch our bus to the Colosseum and Roman Forum. Our first stop was at the Piazza Venezia, which is at the far end of the Forum from the Colosseum. This is the location of the Altare della Patria (Altar of the Fatherland), a large and controversial monument. We took a few quick pictures here, then hopped ...