Citta dei Papi Hotel
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... to the colosseum, by now we were all suffering. 40deg and in the direct
sun we were wilting. But the guide kept trying to stop in the shade when she
explained things, which was great. I was amazed at the architecture of those
times, the platforms they created, the secret passageways etc. Archaeologists
have been busy with the colosseum for hundreds of years and yet still in the
past 10 years they have discovered a whole lot of ...
Had an early start as we were booked on a tour to Lake Como and Bellagio - had to be at the Visitors Centre by 0830. Had a quick bus ride to Lake Como and had an hours walking tour taking in the sights of Lake Como (churches and more churches). Had an hours free time so we wandered around the lakefront and bought ourselves a ...
... views all around and lovely terraces to sit out on. Wish we could stay longer.
I slept all morning and then Neil and I ventured out into town. And what a little gem it is. No tourists (or hardly any) and a Duomo, a Roman Ampitheatre (right next to our hotel) and lovely pedestrian ways through an old roman town. Think we got ...
... out from most of the conversations. At dinner, I tried a pizza fritta (7/10) which was a deep fried pizza and realised pizzas in Italy were very simple with little topping. For dessert, I was introduced to 'GRAFFA' (9/10), a deep fried donut sprinkled with sugar outside and nutella spreaded inside. The best is when they make it fresh around ...
... mum we didn't throw any coins in so apparently we won't be coming back to Rome), the Spanish Steps (so much of a fuss about a staircase? Just a place for touts selling laser pointers to meet up), the catchily named "slut fountain" and Piazza Novono. Was cool to wander about the city (or at least a small part of it) and see it all lit up, and a lot cooler in temperature too!
Booked another walk tour the following day which was led by a ball of Canadian energy. He ...