Hotel Caput Mundi Roma
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After 9months locked inside a ship cruise, it's time for some freedom, real fun and meet some more of the 'Old World'. Get a train to Rome and try to find a B&B
... were going to see.
The next day we got up and headed to the colluseum. With all the city buildings we couldn't really see it on the walk over, then just as we came around the corner BAM there was a giant stone structure towering over us. It didn't seem as massive as I had previously imagined, (still enormous though) but this was probably because you tend to see aerial photos and videos which allows you to see the entire thing at ...
... and were required to check all of our stuff at a bag drop. Our Roma Pass made it free for our tickets and we decided to pay for a guided English tour. I feel like I appreciate things so much more when I have someone helping me along with the history. As we were waiting for our tour to start, this older American couple from California struck up a conversation since they were sitting right there. While we were chatting with them, a second couple also from ...
... were on our own for the rest of the day. After a lot of wrangling we were able to secure passage on a Hop-on but were afraid to hop-off lest we were not able to hop-on again. So we just used it as a sightseeing bus to orient ourselves to the major attractions that we might visit tomorrow.
As we walked from the bus terminal back to the hotel we chanced upon the Chicken House Ristorante and Pizzaria, where we enjoyed one of the best meals we were to have in Italy. Go ...
was next to a really nice chuch surrounded by bright green grass. The
whole square was lovely and I'm glad we made the short stopover, even
though there isn't much else to see in Pisa! We got our souvineers and
found a nice little Indian restaurant for our last dinner with the four
of us. It was a nice dinner but I was getting a bit sad to say goodbye
to Lauren and Kaidi in the morning, who had been like family for the
last month or so. We were really ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Caput Mundi Roma Rome
Really nice staff working there, simple accommodation but just next to the Termini station in Rome and walking distance from some of the main attractions.
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