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... Trevi fountain, except the scaffolding covering it as it
is emptied for restoration until mid-2015. There was a mini fountain to throw
your coin into and the idea that it will bring you back to Rome worked the
first time for Eric (this was his second trip to Rome) so hopefully it works
After this we walked to the Piazza del Popolo, where there were literally three
marching bands, ...
What an amazing city - need weeks to see it all! We asked our taxi driver who took us to the hotel what we needed to see and he said your life is not long enough! He's right!
We got on the hotel bus which took us into the city. Got off the bus and accosted by street guys trying to sell hats, handbags and water!
Found the Rome sightseeing tours and off we went on the ...
... on the train. Nevertheless, we were quite excited to get to Rome. Once there, we realized that the public transportation system was absolute garbage. You had to figure out the buses/trams because there was literally no metro unless you were right within the city. We were not, and decided to save ourselves the hassle and stress, so we hopped in a cab and headed to our Airbnb location. Once there, we rang and were let in by our ...
... the museum even had Socrates and Aristotle on it!
We went through more of the museum and ended at the doors to the sistine chapel. We went in and looked up. I’ve been doing a lot of looking up during this trip. It was amazing, a huge, long chapel with the ceiling painted as well as the sides. The most famous picture from the ceiling, where man and God’s finger are almost touching, was much smaller than I ...
... to be the Vatican, sadly I waited and waited but no bus arrived to collected me, what’s more being a Sunday I had no way of contacting I.B.M tour company, it was about now I remembered the Hop-On-Hop-Off bus would take me past all the major sights in Rome, cheaper than a taxi and a lot better than sitting on my bum for the day. Armed with my trusty water bottle and a broacher from the hotel I set off to explore the Vatican, having paid the entrance fee and passed ...