Dolce Vita Residence
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... in. Our local tour guide Lorenzo met us at the entrance right before the rain started. EF Tours arranges priority entrances and they have been awesome all week, allowing us to get in before hundreds of other visitors that are waiting. As we assembled, we see flashes of light in the darkened sky and "bam" ... Thunder and lightening and POURING rain. Everyone is scrambling for umbrellas and ponchos being sold by the street vendors! We weren't sure how the tour or ...
... spoiled! The only drawback to first class is that you have locals grabbing at your luggage to "help" you out and you literally have to push them away or yell "no" for them to leave you alone. Oh well...everyone's gotta make a livin! The scenery along the way consisted of mountains, green hills and beautiful farmland!! We have fallen in love with Italy, well, most of it!
Rome has turned into a bit of ...
... Rome, a high speed rail that travels 250 km/hr (about 150 MPH). We travel through the country, alternating between countrysides, towns, and tunnels through mountains. We see beauty in many places, but also a good amount of run down, "wrong side of the tracks" vistas. Graffiti is quite commonplace in the urban areas, so much so that it seems to be one continuous piece of art in many places. But the vineyards and country homes we pass are ...
... Colosseum and it was freaking huge. We took our time to walk around the perimeter for a while, getting stiff necks as we marvelled at the mighty monument. I mean, even as a ruin this monster was magnificent.
Like we were told, the tourist numbers weren't so bad at this time, so we found an English speaking tour and jumped on. Our guide was this big blonde, tanned Italian, with guns the size of bazookas and an American / ...
... I was carrying Adelaide in her harness, 40 degree heat, mostly without air conditioning, packed against other sweaty tourists, shuffling, shuffling, shuffling to the next major attraction. I literally had to hold my arms up in a square around Adelaide to protect her from being pushed, shoved, elbowed by all the others. I had thought London and Paris were busy…. But the Vatican Museums top them all off.