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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Fiori Rome
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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... at the pictures). I love Rome already, every corner you turn there's something interesting to look at. Musicians were playing in the streets and people dining at cute little restaurants got up and had a dance. I walked through little alleyways by buildings with wooden shutters and ivy growing all over. I walked out onto a main road and suddenly saw the colosseum up ahead. It's close to our hostel so I had a walk around it before I went back. The ...
... br> Fourth Course (Team Love Actually)
Are you full yet? Your stomach will be rearranging its contents once you smell this slow-cooked Moroccan lamb taginhe. Put on your crown and get comfortable in your throne as you become the Maharaja through this dish's full and intriguing flavours.
Dessert (Team Marley and Me)
Enjoy the experience from start to finish ...
... you were lining up in a magnificent and ancient structure. Tickets were €12 each, but well worth the money. The whole experience was quite awe-inspiring, from the stands that rose up 5 stories above you to the small artifacts on display indoors (in particular the bones of lions, ostriches, leopards etc. found in the excavation of the arena). You also got a view of the underground area where animals and men alike would wait for the ...
... 8211; home to three fountains, one of which is Bernini’s Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (The Fountain of the Four Rivers).
Rome cannot be visited in a day, but one day in Rome is like a lifetime of discovery. Imagine if we'd been there a week?
P.S. Later, on the bus back to the port, we got some pics of The Vatican, too.
* I guess the same could be said about most cities, but it is particularly true in ...
... and moved onto the atmospheric Piazza Navona and the Pantheon (2000 years old!). A dinner in town with the group of about 5 courses of amazing Italian food whilst being serenaded was a fantastic evening out with each girl being presented with a kiss and a rose at the end. One male in the group wanted to know where his was which lead to a wig being placed on him and a pretend kiss which was ...