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- Multilingual staff
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Out the gates at 6:30 and were pretty tired so decided to take the metro/subway to the Trevi Fountain area as we planned on eating at da Baffettos famous pizza place near Piazza Navona, got on Line B then transfered at Termini to Line A then off at the Barberini stop, not sure we saved many steps but we got to enjoy Rome's subway during the after work crowd and get close and personal with lots of ...
... went into the archeological display at Domus Romane. Meg and I sat and rested so we could keep up the afternoon walk around the Capitoline Hill and the Jewish Ghetto. Tried a different local restaurant Claire tonight for modern Italian which is rare in Rome. We were all happy to change to light well presented and innovative courses and a mellow barbera d'Alba. Eadys won the ...
... basket and were brought up by wolves...Rome is named after Romulus who apparently founded the city......he became the first King of Rome in 753BC...after he killed his brother, nice guy, huh?
The walk up the river is stunning. You can walk right next to the river either side or above the river...either side! There are the most beautiful bridges adorned with statues all the way up the river. Between the Roman Forum and the Vatican, ...
After a fun filled day with Ayden yesterday, comprising of water slides, tube rides, arcade games, vegetable lasagne (his 'last meal' request) and toasting marshmallows, we awoke to drive Ayden to Rome to meet his Mum. All feeling a little melancholy, however, amping up Ayden’s excitement about seeing his Mum and little sister, we set off on the road to Rome…
Planning to leave at 8am, the morning didn’t go to plan and we got away by about ...
... you could see the underground chambers where the gladiators and wild animals once roamed, waiting for their next match. It was a little tough to imagine the Colosseum in its full glory at the time that it was built, since the south part was mostly destroyed and there were lots of pockmarks and chipped stones. But looking at the before-and-after flipbooks back at the apartment gave an ...