Mercure Roma Corso Trieste
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... into three and we were moving at the rate of 1 meter per hour. Pedestrians were all but walking on our bonnets (hoods) and scooter drivers were performing extreme acts of stupidity. Oh and Susan was screaming or gasping every inch of the way. (Note: This was the worst traffic we have seen during our stay in Rome)
After negotiating what seemed like 20 or more turns, we were relieved to see the Termini station which is about six blocks long. One thing we had ...
... large - with Bernini's Fountain of Four Rivers in the middle; the four rivers being the four major rivers in the world - I'll leave it to you to figure out which. We wandered through the piazza to decide where to eat dinner. We settled on a cozy outdoor restaurante and ordered many courses sharing each one and a great bottle of wine. I needed as much wine as possible because after 2 days in Rome my feet were killing me. Nick estimates we walked 10km each day so far. Well that means another gelati ...
Arrived in Rome late yesterday after a long flight from Tokyo. Spring time has arrived in the northern hemisphere,the blossoms are out in Tokyo and the grass is green in Switzerland and Italy. Today was warm but started off at about 10 degrees, we have walked and walked about ...
... the arena and thinking about how many people it would have held, imagining it as a roaring crowd of people watching the display of barbarism and murder, playing a scenario in your head about gladiators and slaves and lions fighting and dying in the oval below. Absolutely amazing.
Just west of the Colosseum was the Roman Forum, ...
... stuff for dinner and cooking up a storm (and yes, we cooked pasta. When in Rome Florence!)
This is SUCH a cool city. We arrived at the train station, walked out, straight onto the banks of the Grand Canal (main street. . . But water). We caught a waterbus to St Mark’s square, and after leaving our stuff we went off walking towards the Rialto Bridge, which spans the Grand Canal. After a drink and loads of ...