Green Park Hotel Pamphili
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... When it rains the Italians selling selfie sticks get rid of them and someone comes along and delivers umbrellas for them all to sell. The pantheon has a huge dome roof with a hole in it, which was a massive engineering feat when it was built and for hundreds of years after. Inside it is now a church with many important people's tombs. It's so old the ground needed to be excavated about 1m as the ground has risen so ...
... later. The rolls were charged by the weight of the contents. I had ham and cheese and it cost E2.30. Not bad. Rex had his beloved Mortadella (Why? Why?) and paid similar.
Still a bit knackered, we went back to the cafe we'd had dinner at last night and bought a couple of huge takeout pizzas (E14 for the two) and blobbed on the sofa watching the world poker tournament. V educational.
Tuesday was monument day. Had a bit of a slow start then trotted off to ...
... The sand on the floor was to absorb the blood. The coliseum is made of white travertine which has turned gray because of the pollution. The stairs are built over the original stairs and they are reaaly steep - and hard to climb.
The forum was interesting but it was really hot. We passed the ruins of a church and the door was halfway up the building. Natalie was the only one who knew ...
... view of Rome. We could see for miles in every direction. The city is huge, and on one side is surrounded by mountains. Then we got some more gelato and had dinner at a nice restaurant. I had manicotti, Italian wine, and then tiramisu. Everything was delicious, but I think I prefer Olive Garden's tiramisu better. There's had too much rum and coffee in it.
Late that night a couple of us went back to the Trevi Fountain since there would be less people there. We ...
... from our b&b. The food was amazing, and we were entertained throughout the evening with passing muso's playing the accordian, guitar and violin. An Irish couple staying in the same street had been to the restaurant every night of their stay and said the food was fabulous. We know where we'll be having dinner tomorrow night!!
Now must get some sleep tonight before a big day ...