Paisiello Parioli Hotel
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... and kindly helped us learn a few new words. He also served us delicious plates of pasta and a half carafe of wine. And because we were dragging, we each had an espresso.
Then it was off to tourist-land to see everything surrounding the Roman Forum. We went up to the top of the Vittoriano and saw incredible views of the city of Rome. And then we wandered around Capitoline Hill and attempted to ...
Today we arrived in Rome and it took us a long time to actually get out of the plane. We went into the airport and went to the baggage area to claim our luggage and that also took about 1 and a half hours to do. Once we got our luggage we went to an information desk which didn't really help but we found a place where you hire a bus or mini van and it takes you right to the door of your hotel. There were other people as well so we didn't get ...
... stay in Positano and get caught up on some overdue naps and take one of our “solve all the problems of the world” beach walks.
Time to turn in … tomorrow I have to decide which Gilligan’s Island character I will be!
I will be the only one on the boat who has a clue what I am on about!! Grant only knows something about “3 hour tour”. What a tragedy!!
... of the area. I then went to the church in the area and had a look around, it was a beautiful church. I also used the church to get out of the rain.
The rain stopped and i went for a walk, i went to the st peter in chains church, had a look in here, saw how beautiful it was and then left, i picked up some souvenirs and looked around the general area. I then walked down to the collessium area, had a look at the ...
... to be the Mediterranean world. From the Roman Forum we headed up the Palatine Hill once home of the city's most powerful residents. There is very little left of all those splendid residences but it makes for a nice walk in the park. We then headed downhill past the Arch of Constantine. This arch built in the early decades of the 4th century demonstrates the deterioration of the Arts during the late stages of the Roman Empire. ...