Park Hotel Villa Saraceni
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... spent about an hour in the outdoor line, where people try to sell you umbrellas and "€1 ice cold water" consistently. A fight broke out between two men selling cheap sunglasses, which was actually pretty entertaining - in retrospect, a sentiment highly relevant to the monument we were lining up to see. There was another 20 minutes of waiting in the outer walls of the colosseum, but at least it was cool and you could look around and ...
... 1506 and took 8 years to build. There were huge mosaic wall hangings that looked like tapestries and these took 5 years to put together as they are tiny little tiles of all colours. As much as we enjoyed this tour though we did wonder how the poor felt seeing all this opulence in the church. However we put this aside as it is now history and were continually amazed at what we saw. We were allowed to take ...
We were up early so we headed across the river to visit the Trevi Fountain again and also check out the view from the top of the Spanish Steps.
Here's a picture of the hotel we stayed at back in 1998 which is literally around the corner from the Trevi. Long story short – in 1998 upon arrival we had to go to the Australian Embassy to get our passports re-issued (because ...
Laaaaaaast daaaaaaay :( :( :( (for me anyway!) Well today we got up before 6am. We were up before you dad! It was a strategic move for 2 reasons. Firstly because we wanted to visit a couple of attractions with less people, and secondly, because tomorrow we are getting up at 3am and it will maybe mean we will be tired enough to go to bed earlier tonight and actually get some sleep! So we hopped on the metro and headed towards the Trevi Fountain. It seems to be such a busy ...
... since they are calling for heavy rain tomorrow so we are happy we were able to walk and see some great sights.
"The journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step"- Lao Tzu
The journey of a thousand miles begins with a cash "- Unknown
16E- Catacombs of San Callisto
3E- metro to Barberini
12E- Capuchin Museum and Crypt
20.50E - antipasto Misto, cannelloni, pasta arribiata, wine, bread
89E - BNB
Miles Walked - 10.3 ...