Hotel Pulitzer Roma
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We flew into Rome's Fiumicimo airport after a an uneventful trip from Helsinki. After the relative peace and quiet of Finland, Rome airport is a busy, noisy and frenetic reminder that you are about to set foot into the mayhem of the eternal city. Based on the advice outlined in several guide books we decided to take the "regionale" train from Fiumicimo to the Trastevere. "Regionale" trains are classified as ...
... Persephone and Apollo & Daphne. It was incredible to see how Bernini worked a piece of marble into a whole, lifelike story. In the sculpture of the kidnapping of Persephone by Hades, you can actually see the indentations in Persephone's skin where Hades is grabbing her. The thing I liked most about Apollo and Daphne was that Bernini captured the moment where Daphne was turned into a tree. She is in terror and her body is already transforming into a tree with incredible detail. ...
... God). Only to find out that it was packed and that we should have made a reservation because we wouldn't be able to eat there. Disappointed, we set back towards home to most likely have a meal at the Chicken Hut. We decided to have another look around and stopped in at a pizza place. They were extremely welcoming and tried to accommodate us as much as possible seeing as they didn't speak any English. They were extremely ...
... how superior they really were. I took a lot of photos! The second tour began a little bit after and we were quickly standing in the middle of the arena in a reconstructed piece of the floor and from here you get a real impression of just how big this place is. I imagine it would have been a stunning spectacle to have seen it when it opened in 80AD, having been built in only 8 years. We could also see the two exits at either end of the oval ...
... She was over the moon with the ring I bought her as well at the the 21st charm.
We then had breakfast at the hotel which was included in the price. They had a really good selection buffet so we pigged ourselves out before finally heading out for the day.
Our plan for the day was to do as much of the old city as possible, so we headed off nice and early to beat the midday heat. We went on a massive walk checking out all sorts of ruins and churches. There ...