Il Glicine - Campo De' Fiori
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... in the middle of this chaos trying to keep an eye out for people that exit the church as this was "ash Wednesday". If you wanted to see gridlock you should just take an inexperienced American and put him into chaos. Just to top of all this up, the city teems with tour busess, none of them small, but let me tell you, all of them know how to drive. They can maneuver into the smallest spaces. If you don't HAVE to drive in this city - DON'T!
Go got to the hotel at ...
... recommend them on Trip Arvisor, while the owner was out on the street warning people off the restaurant next door and enticing them into his restaurant with free champagne. Today we tried to fit in the last few attractions that were left (with the exception of St Peter's, which we will do early tomorrow morning due to massive lines!), which included the Colosseum - breath taking, and rather saddening when you think about the thousands of ...
... tickets picked up without a line at the Palentine entrance we were in the colosseum and admiring the incredible sophistication of the architecture and contemplating the brutality of what it was built for. Right outside the Colosseum sits the Arch of Constantine which is significant for being the largest triumphal arch in Rome and also that its facades are adorned with panels stolen from previous emperor’s buildings.From the Colosseum we headed to ...
... enjoyable; we went to the Baths of Diocletian, and the scenery was really peaceful and refreshing. I liked how it was a completely different environment compared to beyond the gates, which was crowded and full of noise pollution. After the Baths of Diocletian, we walked around in circles going into shops that we thought would be interesting, on the way to ...
... br> Vatican City: Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel and St. Peters Basilica:
Website: http://mv.vatican.va/3_EN/pages/z-Info/ MV_Info_Orari.html
Cost: 16 euros
Open: Monday - Saturday and last Sunday of the month
Hours: 9 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (9:00 - 12:30 on Sundays)
Rick Steves’ Pocket Rome: pages 63 – 118 (tour) and page ...