Roma Domus Hotel
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So today we thought we would return to the Trevi Fountain to see it properly. We had a walk planned- Spanish Steps-Trevi Fountain-Parthenon. Map in hand, we headed to the Metro, our first experience. Boy are the trains busy. We just missed one mainly because we didn't push on but learnt that is what you have to do. So crazy, they don't even wait for people to get off. And the crazy thing, another one comes along in less than a minute. But we managed well for our first go. Worked out ...
... while then wandered about on crunchy pebbled paths looking at the statuary and various buildings. People were getting about on bikes, segways, pedal cars and even a horse. We debated whether a segway (don't get to sit down) or a pedal car (still muscle-powered) would be better. Segway won but we didn't see anyone hiring those out. We left the gardens and walked down to the Spanish Steps which was thronging with people and tbh not that impressive. Lots of vendors, some of whom are ...
... And not to mention the spectacular panoramic view over Rome as the sun was setting. I could've watched that view for a long time and it was a great way to see Rome with its various monuments lit up. I've attached photos of everything I was served (snacks, palate cleansers, bread AND my meal...), I wasn't able to eat everything, and ...
... of Noah and the flood. No photographs were allowed here! Simply stunning! Raphael's rooms served as the personal accommodation of Popes in the past. Every wall was a fresco telling a story or a historical moment. The rooms were not large enough for the crowds of people! Our guide was very informative and eventually we were overloaded with information. It is simply not possible to convey in words what we saw with our eyes today. ...
... The Latin word Palantine is the origin of the English word palace. At three o'clock we had to leave so that we would not miss our tour. This tour took us to the Coloseum, this is a huge amphitheater where some humans faced lions and other animals or even just other humans for the entertainment of others. These humans were prisoners, slaves or just people wanting to make a name ...