Park Hotel Imperatore Adriano
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# of flights: 3
# of monies found: 1.04 Euros, 8.05 soles, 5 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian, 1 cent Canadian, 15 swiss francn'cents haha
... to get our bearings. The hotel was quite some distance from Rome, but the public transport system was good and we needed parking for the car. Our hotel room was quite nice too. This hotel also seemed to have a lot of bus tour groups that visited, and then did the tourist circuit. only problem was that, we had to get in for breakfast early, otherwise they ran out of food or there was a big crowd, but usually it was quite good.
... where you could read what time of year it was and could relate it to the appropriate horoscope. After visiting there, we walked to the Colosseum, and once again, my breath was taken away. Ive probably wanted to got there since I was about seven, so to actually be standing in front of it was so amazing. Julie and I went in and explored the stadium for probably two hours. The inauguration of the Colosseum lasted 100 days, in which time ...
... visitors for thousands of years. The valley was carved by 2 waterfalls, the highlights of the visit, but the trails along the cliff walls also allow peeks into old caves that were once inhabited by monks. A very fun place for a stroll and picnic!
... and was very excited to meet me (even if only for a minute)! His name was Ugo and he gave me his number so that we would be good friends when I next come back to Rome - kinda bizarre, but nice I guess!
I made my way back to the hostel (grabbing some pizza sold by the 100g on the way) and eventually took my train to Florence!
Florence 5-7 Aug
Luckily after the whole ticket fiasco, Florence turned out to be really cool! As I was walking to ...