Hotel La Scaletta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to go into the water. It was a great day to go to the beach, just a little windy. We found some pretty shells that I will use as a souvenir. Before we left, I dug a hole to stand in. I put shoes in front of me, and it made me look short... we have a picture to show too. Well.... going to dinner now! Ciao for now! - Bridget I messed up on the photos. I must've hit a funny setting on my camera. They're a little on the yellow side. - ...
... led us to the Sistine Chapel. Not overly impressed after hearing about its grand reputation and having already seen a ton of historic and impressive chapels at no cost. We headed back to the hostel, grabbed our bags then caught a train to Florence.
A lot of people have told me that our time here in Rome was rushed, but we only had a limited amount of time in Italy and were satisfied with quickly viewing the main attractions and spending ...
... Museum! We went in, of course, and were greeted by Leonardo's many machines he had built. I really admire Leonardo Da Vinci, so that was interesting.
The Spanish Steps were our next stop. We sat and just admired the view for a bit, then went on.
Then we went to the Vatican City! The Vatican City is actually it's own country. As we headed in we stopped to hear the new Pope talk. We were lucky to get there right on the day the Pope would be speaking.
... the train station. By the time seven o'clock rolled around we were quite satisfied that we had seen as much of Florence as one can hope to see in a few days. While at the station we had a nice conversation with an older couple from California, until our train (ten minutes late) pulled into the station. With no regrets we took a quick hour and a half train ride to Roma!
Our hostel was two minutes away from the main train station which came as ...
... the image of a pyramid in your head, it's with good reason, as the Pyramid of Caius Cestius sits across the street! Needless to say we trekked right over. I'm sorry, but we just can't ignore a pyramid in the middle of a modern city! So we took a few snapshots, and at this point I remembered reading about this on the atlas obscura website. It was then that I also remembered reading about a neat graveyard in behind it. So, hoping ...