Orto di Roma
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... if he could point us in the right direction. We left with our directions and were pleasantly surprised to see that when we turned the first corner, Termini was visible in the distance. Hot dog. This one might just work out.
Now we had our Rome passes so we didn’t have to try tofigure out the ticket machines and buy tickets for the metro or the bus. We just scanned our passes and to the Metro red line we went. We now knew that ...
... bright bright colours, now at first glance these appeared to be a great idea, but at €10 each and to only be of use to us for the day we decided that a better idea would be to challenge ourselves to still manage to see all the sights we wanted while not buying overpriced plastic boots or getting our shoes and pants wet. It was an endeavour we were successful in through a combination of lack of agenda, an excellent offline map and Petes navigation skills and if I'm honest the ...
... of time to find the lost and found. To get there, I had to go through a security checkpoint which went smoothly. So, at 9:45, I arrived at the lost and found office. I showed them my luggage receipt, and the kind Italian woman said in English, "I talked to you today. It's the green bag, right?" Hallelujah! And thanks Jahn for lending us a green bag! Now I needed to figure out how to get back to Rome. I returned to where the bus dropped me off and ...
... basilica of St. Mark's was about 100 meters long at 10am, but by midday I could walk straight in to see their mosaic's and lucky enough to catch the midday mass as the tourists wandered by. I find art in churches more accessible than galleries, less crowded for sure, but you are also not overwhelmed by a room full of of Raphael's or Berellini's. Thus I especially enjoy visiting almost any church in Florence which has at least one masterpiece of which any museum would ...
... the modern sculpture in the foyer. Which if ones mind is twisted in the right way could be easily misinterpreted very badly.
By the time we entered a museum my feet were already starting to ache. I wore the slip on shoes I brought in Greece. Not great walking shoes but I figured I would only be on my feet for a few hours so they should be fine, bad move McGrath! We only saw a few halls before entering the Sistine chapel, but even in this ...