BEST WESTERN Hotel Roma Tor Vergata
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- Continental Breakfast
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... early difficulty dealing with the traffic crossings but are getting the hang of it after a day. I wish Australia was more like this. It looks risky but its way more efficient.
The Colosseum tour was fantastic even with so many people. The Rolling Stones are performing near the Colosseum tonight and that's why so many people are around. But it was ok.
... up for lunch. I went with a group of guy buddies to a little restaurant near the Spanish steps. Most of us got Italian pizza for the first time with a pint of beer. It was delicious. Then, we met up as a group and returned to campus. Most of us crashed and too naps for a couple of hours. The rest was much needed. We were then served dinner (fish and pasta) and were released for free time the rest of the day.
I have had a very taxing day, but I would not trade ...
... port of call and did a tour through Cassis(80% destroyed in ...
... it. In the middle of the city there are all of these old ruins that you are able to walk through and check out. I'm not a museum guy, but I had to make an exception for the Louvre to see the Sistine Chapel, which was pretty unbelievable. Some of the other places that impressed me the most were Saint Peters Basilica, Trevi Fountain and this old castle that you could tour and which gave you a great view of the city. The most impressive thing for ...
... ancient ruins. There seems to be ruins on every corner! After our first lap we knew what we wanted to see, the Vatican! We jumped off the bus a couple of stops early to check out some other buildings we had seen on the way. Some steps Michelangelo had built, some stunning statues and a big white building that I can't remember what it's called (I will google it). We needed to be at the Vatican by 1.30 so stopped for a quick subway lunch then carried on. Seeing St. Peter's ...