Veio Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... amp; pieces found when her husband bought the building and renovated it into apartments. In addition to a loft bedroom, a living area with small bed, dining table, kitchenette and spacious bathroom, our apartment has access to a rooftop terrace up a little winding spiral staircase. Even better, the a/c in this apartment rocks ... and in this record high heat we will appreciate the cool respite.
After checking in and freshening up, we head out ...
... are not religious you can't help but feel humbled. We were constantly being told to watch our belongings as pick pockets are rampant and you can't help but be paranoid as people bump and push past you.
It was then on to the Colosseum and a tour of the forum ruins. The enormity of this was just as monumental and we were both suitably impressed. However by the time we had finished the ruins, I was ruined. Such a huge day!
After a short ...
We woke to the sound of the alarm meaning we were actually both asleep at the same time!! Miracle! The calm lasted about 2 minutes when I realized our tour started at 9am instead of 9:30 as I had thought. With an impressive fifteen minutes to spare (I'm telling you it was impressive just in case you don't realize it was very close to a true miracle!!), grabbed a quick breakfast and then were outside by 9:01. Ta da! My crazy hair appeared to be the ...
... of walking and our early start, we decided to have an early dinner at a local restaurant Gianluca recommended.
Our second day kicked off with our "skip the line" guided tour of the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. I have wanted to come here since my high school history teacher, Mr Volker, first spoke about this part of Rome's history. We were not disappointed and our guide (who was an archeologist until she had a family - she did her first archeological dig in ...
... of our friend and fellow architecture major ,Dan Roche. This could however turn disastrous as we have a train to Firenze (Florence) to catch tomorrow morning at 8:20am. I will keep you posted as to if the whole group arrives in Firenze together. I am excited for a change of scene and the opportunity to get to see more of Italy. I will post again Sunday or Monday letting you know how the trip went!