Idea Hotel Roma Cinecitta
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... bus stops and bus routes led us to buying tickets from a tobacconist in readiness for our day to Pompeii. Yes, I muse, we could have had all the worry and organisation done going on a tour, but where would be the fun in that?This is all part of my grand desire to meet the challenge of a self-organised trip. So with a 7:35 am train departure to Naples we'll have an early start and with arrival back into Rome at 7 pm we'll have a BIG day ahead tomorrow. Fingers crossed, we may need ...
... this really neat obelisk with an elephant on it! Kind of a lovely little thing to stumble upon.
We then walked back to the room - we figured trying to get a bus would just be too frustrating. I was never so glad to sit down by the time we got back - we had a long day on our feet! One more day to go before heading to Venice - I had a tour of the Vatican booked for the next evening, so we knew we'd be doing a lot more walking!
... 1 too many bottles of Chianti. Wish you had been there too mum. It was a lovely night, only slightly dampened by the ******** train guard on the way back to Rome who fined us for not validating our ticket. Not only do you have to buy a ticket, you have to ensure you validate it in one of the machines before getting on the train in Italy. Ridiculous! Even after explaining we were running late and it was the last train back to Rome, the guard wouldn’t have a bar of it. At least ...
... didn't follow the route as I insisted to go to the colosseum first as I was concerned the sun will not be on the good angle if we went last. We went from the castle to Navina Square where the Fiumi fountain ( fountain of the four rivers) is. The base of the fountain is a basin from the centre of which travertine rocks rise to support four river gods and above them, an ancient Egyptian obelisk surmounted with the Pamphili family emblem of a dove with an olive twig. ...
... the Roman Forum we looked around and found a ticket booth. We bought some tickets for the colosseum and then went there. When we saw the queue we thought we were so smart. The queue was more than 100 meters long and was moving very slowly. Luckily we bought our tickets at the Roman Forum where the line is really short and moves very fast. When we where in the colosseum we saw this little maze underneath it. We then read a little sign and it said that was where they kept ...