Hotel Tre Fontane
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... is also a must visit for art lovers and not just a religious monument.
Our stroll to Piazza di Spagna was interspersed with visits to the many shops on the route and admiring the ever changing facades. One of the many interesting finds along the way was the imposing Column of Marcus Aurelius in which stands impressively tall over the Piazza Colonna. The column was constructed in 1593 to honour Roman Emperor Aurelius. Upon arrival at Piazza Spagna we ...
... brake. It was good to be travelling late at night--it made the driver's multi-tasking slightly less disconcerting while travelling at 125 kph and watching others whizz by us at probably 150ish. Very pleased with our little hotel & our "tower" room above the rooftop terrace. In a quiet neighbourhood yet close to the sights which is also a plus. Heavy day of ...
... t get what they ordered and usually even an order of three caffé turns into two caffés and a capuccino or something. Anyway, it's been a good day, tomorrow some more of Trastevere, Aventine and the Vatican. Looking forward to all of that, no so much the pain I'm going to be in after all that walking. (And before you ask, yes I've bought tickets for public transport. We just haven't used them yet. Everything seems to be "just around the corner"...) Now, good night. Buona ...
And as the game snuck into stoppage time loggerheaded at 0-0, most people in the ground were convinced that the score would remain like that.
I looked at Ricco, who had impressively survived a full match without giving his Juventino status away, and then I looked at the statue. It almost seemed as if she had been keeping a close eye on the match and was the one to decide which way the game would turn.
... I have I've met some really great people. Brooke was from California and she was touring around Europe for a few months. She was similar to me in the fact that she had no real plans and pretty randomly ended up in Venice. She wanted to eventually make it to Rome too, so we decided to travel together. She was really into the idea of hitchhiking our way down, and I was pretty into the idea of saving some money so we decided to try it. I mean, how ...