Courtyard Rome Central Park
Travel Blogs from Rome
Treystravels stayed here on Nov 21, 2012 during their trip titled: Trey in Seatlle, Washington.
The thing with two young kids is they don't walk very far!
We began the day at the Vatican where we caught the city hop-on-hop-off tour bus. First stop was Piazza Navona. We had a few photos in front of the fountain. From here we walked to the Pantheon, en route stopping for refreshments. The Pantheon is one of the few Roman buildings that …
We arrived at Rome Central Station early Sunday afternoon from Milan. The journey from Milan takes about 3 hours and travels through quite interesting country side. The train stops in Bologna and Florence on route. The country side looks much like parts of South Australia, with plenty of vineyards and wheat padlocks. It is especially dry at the …
... walk - found gluten-free shop in next street - cafe for lunch in Via Veneto - about limit for Gini to walk - nice lunch - Christian and I had posh hamburgers. Hotel has pool and gym in basement - no one else was using - Nicki and Christian had swim in afternoon. Nicki and Christian got pizza for tea. They were not back by 8pm so I went for walk. Nicki went for separate walk later - including Spanish Steps and Trevi ...
... cathedral and tower! After the Baptistry, we went into the cathedral. To be honest, we are starting to get a bit over churches, although still admire the architecture. It was interesting to learn that the cathedral is also 'leaning' but it is not as evident because it's not as high as the tower. I thought all my photos were on an angle, but when I found this out, I realised that it was the building, not my photography skills! The tower ...
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