Marc Aurelio Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Packed up the suitcases again, said our goodbyes to all the Croatian family we met. Drove our way back to Split through all the villages on the coast.
So hot here today, must have been 30 degrees outside so we decided to get rid of our rental car and yes I did have a drive today!
Saw our first piece of cime today, street was blocked off with tape and ...
... worth the visit!! We then head out to St Peters square, but this time - midday, it's scorching hot. We got to see the changing of the guard (Swiss guards are the personal guards of the Vatican and Pope). We then said thanks to our guide and headed out to explore Rome some more. We caught the train to the Spanish steps - that wasn't what I expected. Pretty boring, just steps haha - the fountain at the bottom we fully covered up for repairs, so we couldn't see much. We saw tourists ...
... Palazzo Valentini was a bust, we walked to find a restaurant we’d read about online, that had great handmade pasta. We arrived to find it closed between lunch and dinner. Two strikes. So, we ventured to another nice restaurant, where we had a mozzarella and prosciutto appetizer, local wines, and homemade ravioli. It wasn’t the place from the Internet, but it was still great. After, we did some souvenir shopping and stopped into San Crispino for gelato. It ...
... wasn’t very much clearance J
From there, we walked toward the Pantheon. The Pantheon is a basilica and is free to enter. This is another amazing feat of Roman engineering. 2000 years ago, they constructed this dome. With incredible mathematical precision. You can’t just build a structure like this and expect it to work. It takes some forethought and it’s amazing to me that they were able to build this so long ago. Lizzie and I took a few photos, sat down ...
... including the shopping bags) and sat in the last row of the plane. I think there was one empty seat on the plane! Ian and I slept most of the way, and Ed read. The plane emptied out from both the front and the back so we were some of the first off. We didn't see an airport official anywhere - collected our bags and walked out. We got the Rhone express into town and then found our way to the hotel. Quite a ...