Travel Blogs from Rome
... his list. Day two we head out to the "must sees" of Rome; the Colosseum, Palatine hill, and the Roman Forum...it's amazing stuff but I think we are getting weary with all the historical sites. It is easy to imagine ancient Rome and the success of the Emperors, the wealth, extravagance, and ambition of these people. Day three we go to St Peters basilica and the Vatican museum/Sistine chapel. The metro makes it easy to get around the city and we ...
... a picture with the car. Never mind, then. Back to the carriage.
Mario takes us past some sights like the place where Julius Caesar is buried. (The tour book disagrees with him, saying this is actually the mausoleum of Augustus built in 29 B.C.) We pass the column of Marcus Aurelius which was built between 180-196 A.D. Stories of ...
... kitchen and eating area, and several computers for our use. Jourdan and I bunked with a mother and her daughter from China. The only thing I could complain about in terms of the accommodation is that both nights we went to bed later and woke up earlier than them, so it was hard to stay quiet. That's what you get with the hostel experience though. I'm sure in the next dorm I stay in, another group will be keeping me awake. The more exciting part of yhr evening was that ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed