Hotel Relais Dei Papi
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... to and were given more information about the entertainment and events that took place there. At the end of the tour we were free to explore the “general public” areas of the Colosseum. We went across the road to a nice restaurant and had a tasty lunch before heading back to the hotel.
Tomorrow we are going on a day trip to Florence by fast train and it promises to be a long day so not sure if a blog will appear tomorrow or not.
... and fight it out. As soon as the gospel was read, the rain let up and the umbrellas went down, actually allowing us to see and appreciate the sights before us. Easter was really a beautiful day of seeing the world come and brave the storm at St. Peter's. And I finally got my selfie with the Pope! Later that night we had Easter dinner on campus which really solidified how we have really become each other's families, each other's rocks. ...
... there we walked across town to check out the Pantheon (another stunning basilica) and the Trevi Fountain which unfortunately, was covered in scaffolding for restoration.
The next day we made our way to the Spanish Steps and from there we visited the Galleria Borghese (said to be Rome's most impressive gallery with works by Caravaggio, Raphael and the best of Bernini's sculptures). While in the vicinity ...
... while back someone told me that when they are travelling they have a personal rule not to take pictures of things that they can find on he Internet. That makes sense to me, so I tried not to spend the entire time taking pictures...I took videos instead (and still many pictures). They will be posted when we get home. We didn't bring purses or iPhones for fear of getting pick pocketed. That is a major concern here. So no ...
... the temperature, humidity and hordes of people at every turn were not conducive to running around the city on foot catching glimpses of these great wonders. Well, I'm delighted to report that with a well laid out preconceived strategy, we were able to tour the outside of The Roman Coliseum and Forum, the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain (under construction but I still threw coins in for good fortune), the Spanish Steps. the Vatican including the Sistine Chapel, St. ...