Hotel Villa Pinciana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... weird bits and pieces in the shop. The owner showed me some magic tricks and we bought 2 of them. It was really interesting to see how he did it. We saw were the coleseum was for the tour next day.
Today was the most exciting day of all. Mum, Dad and I went to the Colosseum and saw the Roman Forum. The Colosseum was really cool. We saw the places were they kept the animals and found out that there was a winning gate and a loosing gate. The first emperor that built ...
... and rode around the city. Up there, we got a much different perspective of the city, as we were much higher off the ground, and could see for miles. We got off at the Vatican, but just walked around the general area and got back on a bus a short while later; we have tickets for the Vatican for tomorrow. A couple stops later we got off at the Piazza di Spagna and walked down the Spanish Steps. Matteo, Marco and I were all counting the steps, ...
... inside the bottom part of the cupola, way overhead above all the people down below in the church they looked like ants we were so high!
Continuing on, we kept climbing up to the top, and the staircase was crazy - twists, turns, spirals, slanted walls, very tight spaces and narrow hallways. We finally made it to the top (another 320 steps later – that dome is enormous!), and was it ever worth it – what a view! ...
... grabbed a bite at Cul de Sac where my mom had her best Roman meal (coda alla vaccinara = Ox tail stew). She loved it so much she had it tonight and there is talk of having it again for our last meal here. We set off for gelato at Frigidarium and slowly made our way back to our apartment. We took a little siesta and all met up again in time for dinner. It was Frankie and Dominic's last night in Rome, so they picked the cuisine...we ended ...
... 10 minutes or so on world affairs, Egypt was the topic I think. All was spoken in Italian. After the Latin mass, we were feeling quite left out, but it was an amazing experience nonetheless. After lunch and an unplanned nap it was off to the Metro, the Colosseum, the Palatine Hill and the spectacle that was Ancient Rome. So our day was all about one spectacle after another. We chose to go later in the day because of the heat, but this turned out to be ...