Hotel Best Roma
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Next was time to find our way to get the bus back to the hotel. We walked for miles but finally found our destination for the 7.15pm bus.
Feet were extremely sore and hot, was 30 degrees today so was great to sit down and enjoy a late drink and dinner!
More adventure tomorrow. So many photos to share by still can't upload any, can't get good internet.
... wild and.... interesting ride. He was on the freeway speeding past everyone else, and if they were in his way he would cut them - and he cut a lot! Later, when we were in the narrower streets of Rome, if someone was walking across the street the drivers don't always give them the right a away like we do, they just toot their horns and keep on driving; even if it was an 100 year old who can barely walk. I lost count of how many times he almost ran people over, ...
I had completely forgotten how good Italy is for the self-esteem! I had one gentleman offer to show me the city and take me out for coffee. haha. It took me 30 min and a walk to the Pantheon to get rid of him. He said most Italian men love fat women, but not him. I assume this was some sort of compliment about my figure. lol. Also, I seem to be some sort of tourist destination in and of myself. This was the second gentleman to request a ...
... arriving at. I thought that the platform number wouldn't be on the screen so early, but to my shock, it was. Ok, next question was, where on the train do we board? On our ticket it said "coaches:2." Walking up and down the platform, we realized that there was a section for each 'coach.' Very easy!
The train arrived and we easily boarded the nearly empty car. I'm so thankful that I spent the extra money for first class. You can't beat a nearly empty ...
... the vatican as her foot was broken. The next 25 minutes was a boiling, sweaty and uncomfortable climb up at least 400 steps until we reached the top, totally worth it. The view from the top was amazing. We saw all of Rome from up there and the cold breeze on a 32 degree day made it that much better.we then descended and visited the basilica which was huge. Seeing hundreds of people kissing a statues foot was interesting ...