Orto di Roma
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... past the line , which I think would have been at least a couple of hours long .. The crowds were starting to get big !!!! I don't think we saw even half of the vatican . The Sistine chapel was pretty incredible but for me the days prize went to the Basilica ... So much so that we went in again on leaving the Vatican . I just had to see it one more time.... The afternoon was spent just getting lost again up and down the little cobbled streets of Rome . Trying to hold ...
... they would have their ticked and enter one of the eighty numbered entrances according to the number of the entrance written on their ticket. Inside the Colosseum, you can see where the seats were placed for the spectators. You could also look down at the arena floor and see an intricate system of hallways. Because the original arena had a performance floor made of wood, the wood rotted away, leaving the hallways—or backstage—exposed ...
... lunch with Andrea, his wife Erika, Fiona and Chiya. Following the class, we wandered back to the apartment and then hit the streets again via an icecreamery that sold gelato jaffles (like a toasted sandwich but with gelato inside) and on to a solo piano concert in a little Anglican Church just off the river. Unfortunately, the church was a bit of a disappointment for me- I was expecting a nice grandiose structure like all the other churches in Rome, but it turned out to be a tiny ...
... on, we had to leave the main street and venture along quite narrow cobblestone streets where tall and ancient buildings over shadowed us! In a way, it kind of felt like walking in a maze, a beautiful maze for that matter! But hey, who’s complaining! This was how Ancient Rome was built! You either loved it or hated it and guess what! I just loved it!
... of the room to move into
another. The Australian couple and I had decided to do a street art
walking tour so we headed to the meeting spot, stopping at Subway for
breakfast. Once we arrived at the meeting spot we found out the tour
lasted 4.5 hours, which meant the couple would only get to see half of
it as they had to catch a train out of Berlin in a few hours. They
decided not to bother so we said our goodbyes and went our separate
ways. Our tour guide was ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed