TravelPod Member ReviewsPiazza Venezia Rome
Liked it better then Campo Fiori .
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Plan to tour St Peter's Basilica in morning. Today we can take a break and then have Golf cart tour at 3 pm that goes to many different sites. Got to the. Vatican at 0930 huge lineup wrapped around the square but line moved quickly we got in the Basilica in 40 minutes. This church is huge. Saw Michaelangio's Pieta sculpture. Also saw St Peter's …
... Indian guys who try to rip you off with shoving red roses into your face... They charge an arm and a leg, and if you don't buy it they to get abusive to the tourists. Thankfully we just refused out right and they left us alone. We then walked down the main shopping drag towards the Trevi fountain.... Unfortunately yet again we were disappointed - the whole thing was covered in scaffolding :-(... You could tell it would've been amazing to see on a normal day - but no it wasn't to be. ...
... bottom and the church at the top were both covered in scaffolding (boooo!). They are however, the widest staircase in Europe so that's something! - Moving on we walked to the Trevi Fountain which was pretty spectacular but sadly also closed and covered in scaffolding! Wee learned about the bricked up window in the top right hand corner due to a ghost at the time of construction after a man fell to his death out of that window. We also heard about the coin over ...
... when we got a BMW full of Europeans, blasting the soundtrack to Mama
Mia, to get out of their car to dance and sing with us. This lasted a
miraculous 20 minutes. We lose Brendan.
Once we find Brendan the next morning we help the Towson
girls clean the apartment from all the pregames, pack our bags, say our
goodbyes, and head for the train station. It was at the train station that I
finally got what I was looking forward to the whole ...
... The exoticness of the beast was to show off the dominance of the empire and how it reaches far and wide. Plus the 'lion versus tiger' or 'elephant versus bear' encounters must have been fantasy-football on steroids. Does pique your curiosity, doesn't it?! The arena had a very complex series of hallways, pulleys and cages under the floor which allowed the animals to be quickly and theatrically presented in the middle of the 'stage.' ...