Hotel Villa Torlonia
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- Continental Breakfast
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... statues of goddesses, gods, saints, angels that line the bridge. Rome is a photographers paradise and we spent a lot of time behind the lens.
We head to Piazza del Popolo taking a route mainly along the river (easy to follow this first until you get accustomed to the back streets of Roma). Its hot hot hot so we drink a lot of water and cool off in the shade when we can. We get to the piazza and its lunch time first and foremost. We learn from our lesson yesterday and only ...
... as there are no cabs in back streets. This automatically adds 5 euro to the cost. Ah well.. Back at the hotel I find the needed document and race out to the taxi rank again. Thankfully it was only a short 100 mtr walk away. Australian Consulate please. Through security was easier this time, he wondered why we were back but let us I without sighting ID, after all it was an hour or so ago. Then the news I didn't want to hear, "sorry, sir, this document is ...
... kitchen/ common room. Itwas on the first floor of the building. It was very quite, I went to the supermarket just down the street and bought some fresh pasta and pesto and cooked it in the hostel, and then had a quiet night in, although not a great sleep as I was following the dressage at Adelaide throughout the night as well.
Coliseum, Roman Forum, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain Vatican just to name a few.
The day started with a Metro ride to the Coliseum. When ...
... there so many police here. He said this is the senate on ok as Italy says no government at the moment as the government is frozen at the moment, hence the police as they want to keep a good eye on Ballazoni and his friends. So we stop for a quick pizza and a glass of wine well actually half a litre of wine at Piazza venica. So pizza in Italy are very different to pizza at home. Firstly they have a very thin base and are not layered to the top. Just a few simple ...
... 8.45am..walked for 4 hours around Rome...I love this place. We went into the most beautiful church and I lit a candle for the 9/11 victims. I was over whelmed by the beauty and peace and had a few tears as I was saying a prayer.
walked to Colosseum..and thru all the small streets back to hotel. Saw some clothes that were gorgeous and reasonably priced..same with shoes. This place is packed with tourists, horns blasting, sirens blasting, ...