BEST WESTERN Hotel Roma Tor Vergata
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... with my own eyes! It looked like something out of a movie (and probably is). However, the gentle rumble of the train put us both to sleep on and off and, in no time, we had reached the Rome Termini. A quick cab ride took us to our hotel for the next couple of nights, one by ourselves and one with Mom just the floor below us! Can't wait.
We hope that everything goes smoothly for Mom as she spends the next 24 hours traveling from ...
... went for a walking tour, where we saw the major sights including the Pantheon, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain (or a small portion as it was under repair), Roman forum, Constantine gate, Roman square (the impressive ancient entry to Rome) and of course the coliseum to name but a few. Some pasta and gelati to finish off the ...
... in! After that we just wandered around and found a few different monuments and ruins scattered around. One that we stumbled upon just happened to be the Pantheon! It was closed, so we bought some gelato and listened to the band that was playing right in front of the Pantheon. Afterwards, we attempted transportation and made it home. After such a long day, we're all ready to get some sleep and hope that Rome is better ...
... melted like wax before this humble bride of Christ....
Over the past 13 years, I enjoyed the privilege of journeying to Rome—and with each visit, I gain a bit more knowledge of the “Eternal City”. Discovering churches in Rome is my favorite pastime; I love digging out hidden gems tucked away inside (and under) their ancient walls.
One such gem is the church ...
... option to follow. There were five cars that pulled up to a traffic light in a staggered formation, but there were only three lanes. The tip we were given as pedestrians was to follow locals when crossing the streets because traffic lights are optional. It is complete chaos on the roads, but everyone seems to know where everyone else is going, and they take turns getting there. Parking is wherever you find a space. If you ...