Hotel La Giocca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... past the underwhelming Spanish steps, looked at the Trevi Fountain that was unfortunately under reconstruction, took a daytrip to Ostia Antica (a very well preserved port town, better than Pompei in fact), and a daytrip out to Cerveteri (the original original underground tombs built by the Etruscans 3500 years ago), meandered around Travestere and it's massive flea market and bought some jewelry, visited the Capuchin crypts (the ones with the bones), walked down thr ...
... around the obligatory begging old lady draped face down in a pitiful pose near the door. We step in to the cool of the church and again are astounded by the wealth that was poured into the building and decorating of the church. After Florence and the Vatican we are becoming a little blasť about Italian Renaissance masterpieces. The Michelangelo is much finer than the version he abandoned and is on display at the Capitol Hill museum. We step out into the blinding ...
... is the largest church in the world and it was full of tourists. The strangest thing was that you were able to take pictures inside. Very strange. It felt a little wrong. Inside we saw Michelangelo's Pietà, as well as the tombs of the previous popes include Pope John Paul II. To finish the day we walked around the outer wall of the Vatican City, hence the title "we walked around an entire country". To celebrate our achievement we had a gelato from Old Bridge. Was cheap and ...
... it. Overall our building is really nice and secure too!
Today we started at orientation and then took a navigation tour of the city. Our tour showed us the bus, train station, and tram. Bus tickets cost 1,5 euro but nobody ever checks them so they say you shouldn't actually buy them. However, if the people do come on to see your ticket you could be fined without one! Our bus took us to termini which is the main train station we learned the difference ...
... in Paris! Not a huge deal though because all of a sudden, all those souvenir shop owners ran to the gates and started selling ponchos and umbrellas through the iron fence. After refusing to pay 10 euros for two ponchos, we agreed to pay five euros and headed back to tour. With the Colosseum and the Pantheon under our belts, lunch was next. We stumbled upon a salad place that sold half litres of wine for 3.50 euros! Hello dolly! We ...