H10 Roma Citta
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... streets we made it back to Campo de Fiori where we got walk around for 2 hours to shop and eat lunch where ever we liked. The eight students went to a restaurant where they gave us a 10 euro special, that included pizza, a pop, mad bruschetta. We followed the ally's and they led us to Piazza Navona where we got to see ...
... Roman Forum and Palatine):
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Cost: 14 euros
Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Metro: Line B fermata Colosseo
Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel:
After resting a few hours I decided I needed to get out and walk a little, "get back on the horse," so to speak—ha! I got a limone gelato (my favorite!) and walked a slightly different route to the supermercato to buy a couple liters of water, and then back to the apartment. The walk earlier was about 2.7 miles. I’ll probably do the rest of it tomorrow morning so that I can get to the top of Gianicolo for those ...
... century onwards. Originally they were carved through tufo, a soft volcanic rock, outside the walls of the city, because Roman law forbade burial places within city limits. Furthermore, the pagan custom was to incinerate corpses, while early Christians and Jews buried the dead. Since ...
... Hotel Opera was to be our accommodation for the next three nights. We found it not far from the station. The cobbled streets were not being kind to the wheels on our bags, with Lauren's wheels now visibly bent out of alignment! As check in was early, our room was not ready yet so we spent the time getting tickets for a 2 day hop on hop off bus ticket which provided us transport around Rome, and unlimited trips to the major sights of the city. By now our room was ready, so ...