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Travel Blogs from Santa Marinella
... and no chiropractors or physiotherapists in those days! Apparently his eyeballs were permanently looking upwards for the rest of his life and were also damaged with the acidy fresco plaster and paint dripping down into them. It was the first fresco Michelangelo had ever attempted and it turned out all right although it was a massive 42m x 13m. There are many beautiful fountains in Rome, most more beautiful than the Trevi, ...
... honks; cars, scooters, taxis, ambulances. I can't decide if the drivers in NYC or Rome honk more. But in Rome there are various honks for various reasons. I think I've deciphers their code. One quick beep = hi it's me. Three quick honks = I'm turning watch out. One long honk = the light is green go. Two long honks = damn scooter move over. A frustrated fist into the horn = get out of my way, pedestrians stop crossing the street in a crosswalk I'm a car. ...
We picniced on a nice sandy stretch of beach followed by a liesurly stroll down the embarcadero with the locals. We got quite a few strange looks as we were the only tourists about, however, I suspect it was becuase we wore fleece jackets while most of the locals wore heavy, down-filled looking parka things. It was at least 65F. The wine and food were ...
... way. After a stop for a drink, we find our way back to the Victor Emmanuel II memorial (which Amanda, our new friend from yesterday, calls "the typewriter building"), and prepare to branch off on one last short shopping street. However a few spots of rain soon change our mind, and as we have no umbrellas with us today we dash for the nearest cab — which are a reasonable price here — and head ...
... we would? The answer to all of these questions is yes! It’s a monumental city, one that I recommend everyone visits in their life time and I would go back there in a blink of an eye. On every corner, down every street there is something to stare in complete bewilderment at, In Lauras case it was an old homeless women asking for money, as she turned and looked at the old lady down on her knees begging, she tripped up the kerb stubbing her toe into a railing and nearly ended up in ...
Other places to stay in Santa Marinella
Lungomare G Marconi 64, Santa Marinella | 2 star hotelfrom $122
Via Aurelia 164, Santa Marinella | 3 star hotelfrom $108
Via Aurelia 383, Santa Marinella | Hotelfrom $108
Via Aurelia, 30, S. Marinella, Santa Marinella | Hotelfrom $121
Piazza Trieste 6, Santa Marinella | 2 star hotelfrom $109
Lungomare G. Marconi, 23 , Santa Marinella | Hotelfrom $94