Travel Blogs from Rome
... across. I didnt go past the front enterance hall as there was fee. There is a famous blood stained cloth contained in the church which legend has comes from some bleeding bread used in mass 800 years ago. Blah blah blah.
It took a while but I found the villages ramparts and some amazing views.
After the train ride home I walked from Termini station to the baths of Diocletian and Piazza della Republicca. ...
... as the midday church bells peel out over Rome , and it truly is a bit of magic.
Next it's off to another scenic spot , Giancolo hill , in trust averse , where I have booked a very special restaurant , Arco Antico, for our lunch.. They have a massive 1500 wines to choose from. We sample three very special whites with an entire selection of the food menu which we share like a mini degustation. The food is all delicious . We return to ...
... destination should score more than 30 on the WAP scale.
Back in the Alpha it was a 3 hour drive to Rome. Rome greeted us with a bucketing as we saw our first downpour of the whole trip. Overall we've been very lucky with the weather. Found the hotel Rome Cavalieri at the top of a hill overlooking the Rome skyline. We dined in tonight with room service as we had all spent our energy in today's heat. Room service made for a nice change with plans for an earlier night than ...
... joking when I refer to this as streams of people, one can only imagine the congestion in the peak of the season! There are people of every nationality, men, women, children, school groups, tons of organized groups with their leader out in front waving a colored flag, nuns, monks, you name it, they are here. Along this stretch of road there are tons of hawkers who are quite assertive, following you if you give them any acknowledgement at all. It's like running the gauntlet and by ...
... be clean and relaxed before being up early to catch the train to the airport. Unfortunately we didn't count on the results of the euro cup semi finals. Italy defeated Germany and the entire city of Rome celebrated it all night...which we could hear through our thin hotel windows. It's safe to say we didn't get much sleep. And so passed our last night in ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility