Hotel Antico Acquedotto
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After the train station we went back one stop on the metro to start our walking tour with a beautiful piazza, just a random one that I don't know any names of (hah)! It's surprising how people who live in this city (we had a native Italian companion accompanying us) don't really know all of the purposes of the buildings. I think it's strange for me because when a building is beautiful, it seems important and memorable. But in Roma, everything is beautiful and ...
... The place was packed and Jean was moved by the experience.
As it is Sunday and only an hour from Rome we expected a lot of day trippers from the Rome locals and tourists, but it didn't happen, much to our delight. There were a couple of tour groups of maybe 20 in each group and apart from a few other visitors like us it is very quiet.
Back home to wine and cheese and off to bed.
... sight seeing rout in the city with audio guide describing every sight seeing and street. We hoped out in Coliseum stood in line for ticket. There were long line for the ticket but it didn’t take long. Line was moving fast. Once we were inside we walked around reflecting on the passage of time between now and then and magnitude of human potential and powerul hands that built and sculpeded such everlasting monuments to this theater of horror that is ...
... Spanish Steps were busy then this was a a press of humanity. The fountains are beautiful and grand and well worth the walk and having to part the sea of humanity to get close. We catch a bus to Venezia and walk the final kilometre home along the various forums between Capitol and Palatine hills and are happy to leave some sights unseen. Truthfully we were totally worn out from the heat of the day and the amount of walking we did.
Only thing left to say is "Arrivederci Roma"
... can open to a square-ha!) and two chairs, then into the main room with a futon that is already folded out and made up as a bed. There’s a large shelving unit along the same wall that the table is on and another large closet unit on the perpendicular wall with the window. Karen said it looked like Ikea furniture from the pictures and fittingly, there was an Ikea catalog on the bookshelf! There was a stack at the mail boxes so they must have just been delivered.