Novotel Roma la Rustica
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... From here I strolled up to the Fontana Trevi, unfortunately at the moment it is being restored and has been drained. To finish off a hectic walking day I went to the Crypt of the Capauchins, these crypts lying under a church contain the bones of 3700 bodies - very cool and reminded me of Kutna Hora near Prague. To finish my day I've checked in at Camping Roma and I'm writing this near the pool while sunbaking - tough ...
... as beautiful, the way it rolled off of the people's tongues sounded much better than English! We all tried to take as many pictures as we could, but we knew we needed to be back home in order to be ready for the Opera tonight. The smiles this city put on our faces were unreal, I've never smiled so hard before. It was such a foreign place to me even though my family originates there; the Gravity Model (the optimal location of a service is directly related to the ...
... the jersey was so afforable!!! 3. Madelyn is NEVER eating Kraft Mac and Cheese again. I need another standby. I drove us one and a half hours back to Florence without issue; very thankful for that! We boarded a different trainline, Italio. It is a private company rather than state-owned train-- and it shows. It's like being on an airplane. We chowed down on some sandwiches and are now watching the Italian countryside go by. I am actually sitting next to the Ft. ...
... should say… If you want to audition for F1 racing team. WOW! We will get to that shortly!!
So our destination was set. We were leaving Rome and heading towards Positano on the Amalfi Coast. We had two stops we hoped to make today if we had time. First on the list was Montecassino. War buffs and students who were paying attention in history class will know that this was the scene of an important battle in World War ...
... that brought us through the Colosseum and the Roman Forum over a 4 hour period. The boys were (of course) most interested in the Colosseum and we certainly gained A LOT of extra knowledge through the guide. We felt much more informed about both how the Colosseum appeared and functioned 2000 years ago, and about the forces that led to its near destruction (a combination of the stripping down of anything valuable by barbarians ...