Hotel Ludovisi Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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I have to say - I've never walked this much in my life! 24,124 steps - in one day! And every one was worth it to see the wonders of Rome.
We started out the morning on a walking tour of the Colosseum, Palantine Hill and the Roman Forum. Did you know that modern day Romans call the stripping of all the marble and anything else useful from ancient buildings - recycling? And it seems that the Popes did quite a lot of it to build the ...
... off but just to a lesser degree. Note to self... Never trust an Italian driving a taxi!
First experience of Rome was the rush hour and an up close and personal introduction of Italian driving. I think there was 1 rule which is to stop for a red light and that's it. Near misses every second. Very entertaining if one's pooper valve is well tightened.
... Mikey!! The next day, birthday celebrations continued walking by the Trevi fountain (which unfortunately was under construction), the Spanish steps, and pizza picnic for lunch followed by a wonderful bike ride all around the huge park Villa Borghese. We ended the day with bruschetta and drinks in a wine bar off fancy Via del Corso, and Mikey’s choice for his bday dinner - yummy steak and salad on our balcony (purchased with fresh ingredients purchased from Eataly of ...
... br> As we arrived at the Colosseum it was around 10pm and crowded. I didn’t expect that. I suggested we walk around it, one last time running those words through my head. I found a quiet spot, stopped and held Rachael’s hands. Ok, time to shine.
I looked her in the eyes and immediately got that ball stuck in the back of my throat. I ...
... Worship at the North American College which is a seminary in Rome. They met a large group of us at the Vatican and took us over to the college and gave us a small tour including an amazing view of Rome from the top. It was a perfect way to spend the night with nearly 200 people all praising the Lord, giving thanks for all he had blessed us with.
On Thursday it was time to say goodbye to Rome and it was off to Assisi, the city of peace, for the next part of the pilgrimmage