BEST WESTERN Hotel Roma Tor Vergata
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... monumental. Our hotel is located near the Imperial forum ruins, the Colosseum and Capital Hill.
Dinner tonight was at a typical Roman restaurant with great food, music and plenty of vino. Justin (our bus buddy) was celebrating is 51st birthday and this is one he is sure not to forget. They paid him extra special attention, with the head waiter treating him to some Italian love once he had donned him with a blonde wig. It was a great night and we ...
I woke up feeling very rested...went for breakfast at the local coffee/pastry shop. Giuseppe provides me with a coupon for coffee and a pastry for each breakfast....wonderful pastries and wonderful coffee. The owner also speaks English. I bought bus tickets : 6€ for an all day pass and 1.5€ for one fare good for 100 minutes. From there, by bus, I went looking for the ...
... meet up with my old flat mate, Sophie and we had lunch together. It was so nice to see her again, she's such a sweetheart. She'd been out the night before and hadn't been home yet, so she was still all dressed up and wearing heels. Then at 15h30 I went to meet up with a guy called Vincent. I'm not sure if I've mentioned him before. I met him on a night out for Sophie's birthday. He's French, from Nice but he lives in the Netherlands and works there, ...
After breakfast we caught the metro to the Vatican station ..... I think Audra had an interesting trip surrounded by admirers... It was lightly raining as we skipped pass the mile long waiting lines moving straight in the museum with our guide Nadia. Listening on earphones as she talked us through the various galleries we marvelled at the objects before us. The Sistine chapel was amazing and we slowly ...
... looked up at the painted domes etc, our necks have been getting a good working out. We then had lunch at a cafe at Piazza Mignanelli then on to the Spanish steps. It's was intriguing watching all the hawkers at work selling their wares, using every trick in the book to get money off tourist. At least they work hard for what they earn, not like the beggars. Must be the beggar capital of Europe, there seems to be one on every ...