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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Up and out by 8.45 on our very own walking tour of Rome led by Vicki. We headed down to the river past the Jewish Ghetto then headed off to Palatine Hill (with Graham and Mick declaring "this is much better than the Vatican" (now you know what we're dealing with - as Vicki said, they would rather look at a pile of rocks than art!!). After wandering around the ruins on Palatine Hill we ...
... from an orange tree. We picked one and ate it. It was delicious!
15.7.15 Day 3
Our last day in Roma and we went to visit the Musei Vaticani. We visited the various rooms, which had pieces of art, statues and other artifacts from various time periods. Including museo Egizio, Pio Clementins, Calleria dei Candelabri and Galleria della Carte Geografiche. After walking around for a ...
... decorations and altar. Next and even more impressive is a guess Sante Maria Maddalena (1699). Then we went on to the Pantheon but closed because it's a public holiday today here in Rome. We'll definitely be back. Then on to the Plaza Novana. Stunning fountain but it's very hot beating sun here today. Then walked through to Piazza Di Pietra and see amazing columned building. The mixing of history up close with restaurants and shops is quite amazing. At this ...
... next train to Zagarolo. The hostel has it's Pasta party night at 8pm. We were super hungry and didn't want to wait that long so we walked across town to grab some pizza. I think this is the most times I've eaten pizza consecutively in my entire life. The price was about a third of what we would have paid in Rome!
We are sleeping a bit earlier tonight so we can wake up to catch the train into Rome so we make our train to Florence. Good night!
-- Ryan L.
... is in heaven, its all sweets! Pastries after pastries!). At 9 AM we decided we would take on Rome! We got a map from the front desk and the front desk clerk said to Patrick "Your name Negrini, why you no speak Italian!" We walked and walked and walked! We saw the Spanish steps and then continued our journey along the Tiber River until we arrived at a park just outside Vatican City. After about an hr and a half walk, we took a break in a near ...