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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... After listening to my raspy voice and asking me a few questions about the tightness in my chest and other symptoms, the angel in the white coat handed me three miracle products, including a cough syrup and an antibiotic.I ran back to the hotel, clutching my stash of drugs, and started my "treatment."
Knowing that I was likely going to feel better soon, I took a cab and met the others at our pre-arranged spot- the Borghese Villa and Gardens.We toured the villla, but ...
... on our way to the baggage claims carrousels. There we waited. And waited. AND WAITED. The other flight was only 30 minutes after us - what had happened?! Well, it turns out that 5 or 6 other flights had happened, all at the same time, all funneling into passport control at once. And you know that you always chose the slowest line in these cases, right? We waited an extra 2 hours, and had time to collect ...
... sprint through the airport only to find we were not allowed to check in, despite the fact that the plane didn't leave for 45 minutes. 2 Australian guys, Luke and Micheal, who were set to be on Croatia Sailing with us the next day were having the same issue, and had an email from Vueling stating that boarding was still allowed up to 45 minutes before. Despite our persistent arguments we had to go to a different terminal and buy new flights for 4:40pm, spending ...
... waiting, so we decided to go eat instead. We went to Arlu for pizza and of course, wine. It was very good. No meal is complete without some gelato from Old Bridge Gelateria which cost about 2 Euros for two flavors.
Next thing on our list is the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill. We took the metro on the Red line to Termini and then transfer to the Blue line to Colosseo. When we got there, there was a sign that says ...
... would be flooded for naval battles! It reminded me of the hunger games.
We left the Colosseum after sitting on an ancient roman pillar to look at the map, and made our way across the street to the Palatine and the Forum. The Palatine Hill was like the first gated community. It was hard for me to imagine what it looked like back then but as time went on the more I was able to picture it. What a view from up ...