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Our first day in Rome was eventful. We arrived around noon, and walked for about fifteen minutes from the Roma Termini Station, across the cobblestone streets, to our hotel, The Colosseum Hotel. Our rooms were not yet prepared, so we left our bags with the concierge and set off for lunch. We found a nice Italian pizzeria, where we enjoyed a decent …
... the Circus Maximus and some of the armour used by the Romans and the gladiators 2000 yrs ago. Again it was amazing the great condition these things were in given their age. We watched the sun set from the top of Castle st. Angelo which gave amazing panoramic views of Rome and Vatican city. By this stage we were wrecked and finished the day with more great Italian food and wine in this amazing ...
... He warned us that we would be complimented constantly by the Italian Men. He said that it is okay to completely ignore them because that is what all the Italian women do anyways. Dang, I hope I don't get used to it and then act rude to people when I get back home!
After the meetings we hopped in a taxi with our luggage and drove to the apartment we are staying in. My mouth was literally hanging ...
... 8217;s like several small churches inside one massive one. There was one mass taking place at the time. We took a lot of pictures and then finally went back outside.
Now we were in the huge square in front of the cathedral. You see it on tv but it doesn’t look the same in person. I’m not even sure if it looks larger or smaller but it really is big. There were a lot of plastic chairs set up but other areas were just open.
And no, we did not see Pope ...
Our final day in Rome would be spent catching up with all the tourist sights we had neglected to visit since our arrival. You might have noticed a lack of mention of landmarks such as Trevi, the Spanish Steps and the Pantheon. The reason for this was we had avoided visiting the centre of Rome, rather we chose to concentrate oncher outer fringes. To cover all these landmarks in a day is definitely doable by foot. But the lack of daylight (being the end of winter), the cold and ...