Hotel Pulitzer Roma
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Fountain. Unfortunately it had a huge fence around it and was covered in scaffolding too. Oh well. Repairs and renovations have to go on. The fountain was impressive and huge, but just covered in bubble wrap.
Made it home to the Oxford, shower and nap before dinner, except I napped for 14 hours.
Jet lag .
DAY 2: 21/06/2014 Ignorant Aussie Abroad.
Up again at 6.30 ready for another day. Off to walk the mighty Forum and Palentine Hill, cos we ...
... it wasn't always easy to match up the walls and there were a separate cards for the ceilings...it just seemed too complicated. I should've thought to grab my Top 10 Rome out of my bag before checking it, then we could've at least known what to keep an eye out for. The pieces we did see were incredible though.
After the museum, we were done. We walked to the edge of the park behind the museum to poke our ...
We explored different areas of our neighbourhood tonight and walked to the Spanish steps. 136 steps, the guide book was correct. We took some photos on our cameras, including a where's Waldo type game in which you have to find Jason and Vanessa amongst the other hundreds of tourists. Tomorrow morning we get to sleep in a little and then we are headed to Florence and a quick little day trip to Tuscany region. Ciao, ...
... little rest we were on our mission to find the Church of Sant'Onofrio. We were successful! It was a very old, and small church, not lavish like some of the others. But it was neat to see. We ate dinner in a restaurant called Sabatini in the Piazza Santa Maria Trastevere. The Piazza's are a big gathering place for people. We saw several tour groups, listened to some pretty good tunes, saw a fire dancer and a bit of vaudeville. A most pleasant way to spend an ...
... couple from Bangladesh who were very appropriately conversational as well as intelligent, and emotionally stable in their contact with me. We not only took the tour together, we also took the same trains back to the same point, including transfers!! The night prior to this I met an Argentinian man who was visiting the Vatican with his sister, and they are assisting the new Argentinian pope to introduce the church's Jesus to India to ...