Hotel Residenza Santa Maria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We got to the terminal in Rome and decided to get our tickets for Florence early, so we could get the train we wanted. The line at the ticket office was nonexistent. Seriously? Something going right for me today? YEAH!!!!! Wait, what does that sign say? Are you kidding me? EVERYONE is taking lunch at the same time? Stop it Jim, it’s Italy! Yes….everyone is taking their lunch, and the people who want to purchase ...
... They have recreated a part of the floor of the Collosuem (ie the gladiator fighting level) so you get a good idea of how it relates to the underground structures where the animals were kept. Most of the tiered seating has long gone (marble plundered) but they have recreated a small section. Almost all the huge steel column stabilisers have also been removed, hence the holes all over the columns.
We followed a self-guided walk though the Forum (civic centre ...
... and not always of people just enjoying the space. So if any of you have a good idea of fun picture taking ideas (some examples- best documented photobomb, best cheesy touristy pose at a monument, etc.) either general or specific- let me know! I would love to hear your suggestions as we create a picture bucket list of sorts :)
More to come soon- Ciao!
As our wine tour doesn't start until a respectable hour we take the chance for a spot of shopping beforehand. I have been mulling over a leather toiletries bag I saw two days ago in the shop where Yalini bought her bag, and as nothing better has caught my eye since we pop back to the shop and haggle a small discount with the Chinese owner. Then we head to the nearby bus terminal to join our wine tour, which turns out to consist ...
... but not nearly as many as will come later when open to the public. Because it was such a dark cloudy day, the colors of the magnificent ceiling painted by Michelangelo in 1535 were a bit muted, but still breathtaking. Benches allowed one to be more comfortable in a sitting position with neck craned back to get the best views. Our very excited guide took us to the back of the chapel when he saw a priest unlocking a door. When it opened ...