Travel Blogs from Rome
... kinda sucked but the effort was appreciated). Rome wasn't so scary a place either, once you got to know her. Like London and Paris, the subway was a cinch and most of the attractions you want to see are in the downtown core area and easily accessible. The Colosseum for example was only a 20 min walk away. That's where we went on our first night. It was pretty impressive all lit up and, along with our 40th or so gelato, we began to feel at home ...
... our recent travel luck that our incoming aircraft would not bother to arrive at all. A few minutes later I got a text message from Swiss informing me our flight was delayed at least 40 minutes. The board at the gate updated a few minutes after that, showing a delay of an hour.
A little beyond an hour delay, we were allowed to board the plane. I was relieved to hear it had arrived. Once we were all boarded, the captain told us the problem was at the Hamburg airport, where ...
... just 100m from a Metro stop and a 5 minute walk to the majestic Trevi fountain, we really couldn't have asked for much more, Big room, a little dated but cosy and with a HUGE balcony overlooking the bustling streets of Roma.
Rome has been so fantastic so far, we started our first day with another Hop on Hop of style of bus tour, our first stop was the Vatican. When we jumped off the bus it just so happened that the POPE was giving a public blessing ...
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