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... had to give us a tour in the rain, in his 20 year old car, with 20 year old windshield wipers and a poorly functioning defroster. Among other places, he drove us by the keyhole that has a view of St. Peter's; and the Garibaldi statue up on a hill overlooking the city. We jumped out quickly to take ...
... We attempted to call the driver, and even purchased a calling card in attempt to reach the driver.. Not happening. And there it was, the let down of the trip. Jess and I now waited, bummed out, me phoneless and choked. To add to all of this, Alitalia our air company gave us the worst useless travel vouchers that allowed essentially a water and a coffee. Great. At about 3:30pm we made one last attempt to call the driver on every ...
... that it was under construction! There was however, a walkway through the fountain so I guess we can now say we have actually been IN the Trevi Fountain!! After this we went to the Spanish steps and admired the view and the crowds around the streets. Before getting afternoon tea, we walked through an expensive shopping street with Italian designers. For afternoon tea we had real Italian gelato! The place we went to is super ...
MB - Rome seemed somewhat like Florence to me, at first. Our room was near the train station, lots of hotels and restaurants, and souvenir shops. However, the day after we arrived, we visited the Vatiican and I discovered one of the great differences between Rome and Florence.
All my life, I've heard about the Vatican, with it's grand piazza, statues all around the colonnade. The Pope appears on the balcony ...
... We walked all morning. We arrived at the Vatican with sore feet and literally 5 minutes to spare. I had no energy left for another 2.5 hr tour of the Vatican. And the worst part is that apart from the Leonardo Di Vinci museum that we randomly came across on our journey, the other momentums were either closed for maintenance or not particularly worth seeing.
The Vatican is a city enclosed by walls, located within the city of Rome. It was established as ...