Novotel Roma la Rustica
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... with out any hiccups on our way! The only clear message I have yet to share is how patient you have to be for public transport. In this three day span alone, I have probably waited for more than two hours collectively for the buses in Rome. Maybe by the end of this, I'll have more patience! Haha unlikely story.
Oh and in case you are wondering, 19,000 steps equates to over 8.5 miles, according to the Apple Health App. So don't worry, I'm burning off all of my pasta calories!
... They must be in Italy, so can only assume that perhaps owners of flash cars live outside the cities.
I'm a bit nervous flying into and out of the States. Obviously the security is stepped up, which I guess is good, but also tedious. We will obviously have to make sure our phone/iPads/laptop are fully charged, as if they're not charged and can't start up, you can't take them. Will have to make sure our hand luggage is all good.
... without stairs!!) to get a great view of Rome. From here, we strolled through the Borghese Gardens - think Central Park in New York, a huge park in the middle of the city. It was nice to get out of the sun for a bit. Next stop, Villa Borghese, where luckily we had pre-booked tickets as they were sold out. This beautiful villa, once belonging to the Borgia Family, is filled with paintings and sculptures, including some pretty amazing sculptures by Bernini. ...
... of Piazza Navona is a fountain - Bernini's Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain of the four rivers), depicting the Nile, Ganges, Danube and Plata. In the square, there are lots of guys selling anything from sun glasses to mobile phone cases (lucky because I needed a new one) and street performers. The square is also lined with restaurants and gelaterias. We had a gelato from Grom - caramello al sale (not as good as Messina). We grabbed a map from one of the stalls ...
... excited about. Also many tourist places selling the usual key rings, bottle openers, statues etc but one thing unique to Italy is Pinocchio. Now this is something we may get one of as a memento to put on our work desks.
It's always the way when you are looking for something you cannot find it and when you are not things just happen. Well today we walked right into Trevi Fountain but when we were actually looking for it the previous days we struggled. I loved the ...