Leonardi Fiamma Hotel
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... After this we went to the Colosseum (getting to skip the queues again!) and got
to see where thousands lost their lives (both animals and humans who were
treated as such) and the amazing greatness of its size. We also had our
introduction to bad tourists- ones who push in front of you to get a better
photo, who walk in front of your camera when taking a photo and who stand
directly in front of the information points that you ...
... we could leave the park and take the way to Piazza Spagna and the church on top was covered because of constructions and the fountain below too... ******* luck bracelet! So that is the only picture I could take of one of the most famous places in Rome...
Feeling a bit disappointed, we moved towards Fontana di Trevi, having a technical stop for a ...
... more. I told Carlo, that if we came across a full field of poppies, I would like him to stop, so I could take a photo while standing still. About three minutes after leaving the town of Subiaco, there it was. Carlo didn't entirely understand why I wanted to take a picture of some weeds, but he pulled over and I got some photos I was happy with. I didn't ask too much of my day that I might also find a field of a dark purply red flower I had seen in drifts on overgrown patches ...
... jackets closer! It's moments like this when I feel so at home here, it's hard to describe, but it's quite addictive!
Less addictive are the crowds of people, especially at the Coleseum and other major drawcards. For the off season, it seems pretty busy! Can't imagine what it is like in the height of summer!
I met someone the other day, interestingly enough she thought I was a local. Lots of people have asked me for directions and think ...
... want to be in Nice for Xmas, so we need to keep moving!
The following morning, we were up, keen as mustard, having now sampled what this place had to offer. When we hit the showers at 7.30, the sky was a blanket of cloud; when we emerged 20 minutes later, there were large expanses of pale blue sky....pretty good still for the last month of the year! This time we were on the 8.30 shuttle, two hours earlier....keen, eh? We headed ...