Hotel San Giusto
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... you can always use the metro system, which is fairly efficient. One time while riding the metro, a gypsy woman walked in with her daughter, pulled out a microphone and started singing a very dramatic italian version of “I did it my way”. And in that very instant the metro train stopped, the train operator opened the door and very loudly shouted “MA COSA FAI???” (What are you ...
We arrived in Rome yesterday afternoon. We decided to fly to save some time, though going through the airport was a bit of a process. Our hotel (Hotel Nationale) is awesome and right by the Senate building. There are armed police officers guarding the area, which makes me feel extra safe, but kind of weird to see! It's also central to many other sites like the Pantheon and Piazza Navona, though it's hard to see anything with sweat constantly dripping down my face! ...
... Dutchies don't part with money very easily. We then walked to the Trevi Fountain again...... Still no water and people everywhere. We went around the back and down a bit and went under the fountain to look at an old Roman reservoir which was found and was fed by an aqueduct. This was discovered when a a cinema was being built. Once agin there were lots of photos and information plus old Roman wine jars and Roman coins. I am simply amazed by the ...
... that? We thought it was a sign, so we threw the Borghese tickets to the ground (not literally, Italy has way too much littering for us to add more but we decided we would come back another time to do the gallery) and we made our plans for the day in Rome to start at the Vatican.
Well, traffic was bad, we got to our drop off point at 10:30...in order to see the Pope, we needed to get to the Vatican in a hurry...we took off ...
... have been happening more quickly. Once inside (under cover) there was no queue to buy our tickets. Perhaps they could have put us through the security checkpoint more efficiently (which was outside, in the rain) and then got us to queue for a while for the tickets (under cover and away from the touts). No logic here from what we could see. In spite of all the above, the Colosseum is amazing. Being so ancient and the site of so much history it is rather ...
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