Residenza di Ripetta
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We arrived in the port that serves Rome yesterday early before setting off on a full day touring of the Vatican and Ancient Rome sites. Enormous crowds at the Vatican Museum made it challenging to fully appreciate. Later in the day we dragged our tired bodies around the Pantheon and the Colosseum before joining group of friends for dinner. Today off to Pompeii.
... as strange as it may sound, the city was whispering to me to give it another chance, that I had misjudged it. Two days later, I bought booked my flight to enter via Rome and leave through Marseille.
When I arrived in Rome yesterday, all I wanted to do was find my hostel as quickly as possible and shower. It was quite hot and sunny for October, Italy is blessed with beautiful weather right now. I took a shuttle bus to the Termini train station ...
... top of the dome. Yes, it lets in rain as well, which is supposed to be quite a beautiful sight—I may have to come back on a rainy day! The stone floor (a colorful geometric design) is actually the original from A.D. 117-128 (!), restored in the 19th century.
Following the maps in this book has been really challenging for me—it’s hard work! I managed to find the next location, Santa Maria sopra ...
... to cool off and relax for a bit. Not too much rest for the weary.... Piazza Navona is alive at night with artist , violinist and my favorite entertainment of the evening tap dancers...... Bernini Ristorante was our host for dinner.... This was the evening of spills , wine glasses, vinegar and cokes were flying.... Just one of those nights... When the sun goes down in Rome the air cools and the city changes......an atmosphere we all ...
After my train ride from Venice, I went to the hostel I had booked on HostelWorld, rang the door buzzer marked with the name of the hostel and was greeted by the sound of nothing. I didn't know what to do, but I had seen some internet cafes in the area with pay phones, so I tried calling the number for the hostel and again got nothing.
I walked back again to the door buzzer and kept buzzing it, intentionally trying to be annoying so ...
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