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In the heart of Rome, Hotel Fiori is within a 15 minute walk from the Coliseum, the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain.
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After finding out our checked baggage didn't make it to Rome and missing the train we needed, we found a helpful person at the airport who suggested we take a van to the hotel. While it was a crazy drive, we got to the hotel stress free.
... travel at that time in the morning so we all slept most of the flight and in the airport in Athens while we waited to change planes. Now it's almost time to get ready to board the next flight and Hunter is feeling sick!! He is shaking, hot and cold and doesn't want to even sit up! Finally we get gravol into him and get him over to the doors only to find out we have to take a bus out to the plane, yikes. A lady watching us gave him her seat and finally we got going. ...
... br> Piazza de Spagne and the Spanish Steps. Along with the 75,000 friends we made at the Vatican the day before. But we all get some more gelato and Hallie is Audrey Heburn for a moment
We have had our fun for the day, and jump back on the big red bus. (added notes: It is 7:01, and we are about 0.4 miles from our hotel shuttle pickup spot but the bus will get us around a bit and just a little closer. When we bought ...
Didn't realise that just round the corner from the hotel is the ministry of defence. Military types from all forces including some crazy one with a sort of alpine feather cap all go get their mid morning snack from the local forno. I must hang out there. Coffee. Pizza. ...
... Chapel which was amazing and full of colour. The famous picture of Adam reaching out to God painted by Michelangelo was there. The next day we visited the Capitoline Museum. There were lots of staues and paitings but my favourite sculpture was the one of the She-Wolf. After lunch we went to the Colosseum which is where the gladiators used to fight each other/wild beasts. It was really gruesome yet interesting. ...