Travel Blogs from Rome
Luckily we got off the ship much earlier than we expected and were able to catch an earlier train into Rome giving us the whole day to explore. After checking into our hotel (Hotel Ariston) we bought a day pass for the metro and headed to Trevi Fountain. We were a little lost at first and it took some getting used to to all their …
... money. We had both climbed the dome previously so we knew what we were letting ourselves in for… it was going to be a little bit of hard work with a nice view at the end and then it’s all down hill.
This particular climb wasn’t too bad. The sloping walls of the dome once again played tricks with our heads and while there were no thoughts of ‘oh dear god I’m going to die’, it was still off putting. Other than getting a little out of breath, ...
... building and the fact that it was built in 1BC blows my mind. The domed roof is beautiful and the light coming through the central ocular highlights the colours of the different marble. I spend quite a bit of time here walking around looking at the different parts of the building and then sit quietly just taking it all in. Bellisimo! Time to head off for Piazza Navona to meet Kerrie and Roberto. It's not far and I've got time to have a bit of a walk around. ...
... for us. How do you explain to a 2 year old he can’t have his bike and its not because he’s been naughty it’s because some a**ehole has taken it. Totally believe in karma so I’m sure this opportunist will get his cumuppence.
Although the campsite became more and more like a mud bath there was at least a gym and indoor area we could sit and Jenson could play. So whilst feeling very low we received the best news possible - ...
... beautiful bus station, and a sink in our room. What more could a girl ask for? After checking in we decided at 11:00pm we were hungry and wanted to see if we could find something open to grab a quick bite to eat. We walked out of the hostel and directly to its left was a fancy Italian restaurant where we were invited in and given a table. We could not believe they were still open that late. Our waiter was a very smiley Italian named Rocky who ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center