Hotel Manfredi Suite in Rome
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... in Italian but with translations for German tourists) we were on our way.
Today was to be primarily spent at the Vatican City, but we walked there from the hotel so we could take in the sights. It was only a 30 minute walk after all.
The old parts of Rome are amazing. Such enormous, grand buildings everywhere you turn not to mention the spectacular statues and fountains.
We made our way without difficulty to St. Peter's Square.
... outside of Scotland, of course) anywhere in the world. The fountain, the lights, the music and people...wow. We saw everything else we love too...Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps (with 1 million people), Pantheon (our favorite single building in Roma), and the Campo in morning and night.
We did also fulfill another life-time dream of mine as we toured the Necropolis under Saint Peter's Basilica in the Vatican, better known ...
... about 10 mins by bus from the centre of Rome. The owner of the hotel is close friends with Uberto who took me to Naples last weekend so he came to find me to give me a personal welcome. As the area was quite quiet I decided to set off down the busiest (and I thought therefore safest) road to look for somewhere for dinner. Wrong decision! After 15 mins I found a pizzeria but it certainly wasn't anything to shout about. When I got back to the hotel I had ...
... the people and smelling the amazing fragrances of Italy. But to be honest, you can do this anywhere in Rome. Every street and alley way is filled with tiny cafes and relaxed locals just passing the afternoon away with a drink or two, or a delicious coffee. Naturally this is a tourists' perspective, however the atmosphere of the city has a very different vibe to Sydney. Everyone here seems to be so 'chilled' or content to enjoy ...
... ROME NIGHT WALK
After dinner we walked to the Piazze Navono, stop 2 on the tour but since we were there that's where we started. The Plaza was filled with people, most of them near the central fountain. It followed the model of every Roman square we would come across. Bordered with cafes, a fountain or a statue in the center, musicians playing, and a lively mix of people scattered throughout. The lights of the café and the fountain lit up the square. The ...