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... the station just as we were stamping our ticket to board. No train, no refund, lesson learned.
After a 45 Euro shuttle, we arived at our hotel. Thanks to sleeping pills we woke up at 8:30 and were relatively awake. We enjoyed a rooftop breakfast and got our first look at Rome. ...
... them going. We decided this would be the one attraction we would pay to get into, and at 24 EUR for all of us (including the forum and Palatine Hill) it was very reasonable. I managed to drag them around the forum and on to Tiberius Island before a well deserved stop for sustenance next to the river.
A rather torturous walk and hunt for a taxi followed, before we all conked out back at the hotel.
... images and enlarge the actual flower. Other photos show the solar panelled carports that are sprawling all over the place. There is also a shot of how Italians park cars when there is a space. At one time, I noted that there were 13 cars in a parking bay and only 3 actually made any attempt to park between the lines. It is the norm! I have also included a photo of the lift in this building. Apart from the first number of the room, nothing else is consistent. Very ...
... breakfast we went to the metro and bought a weekly pass which was 24€ and allowed us to come and go as many times we wanted over the next week (or 5 days for us). We got off at the Termini stop that is pretty central and allowed us to walk around the city centre. We came across this the Basilica of S.Maria de gegu Angeli e del Martiri. I had never heard of it before but decided to go in and check it our anyway. The exterior was very old and ...
... all the places we should see! Having already researched Rome extensively, we totally agreed with her! Then a piece of paper with the times of the free shuttle service that they offer that puts you onto Rome's rail network. It was all so easy!
We had decided to have a rest day the following day but we woke up to clear blue skies and sunshine and in Winter, you take it when you can get it, so we caught the 10.30am shuttle from the ...