Eur Executive Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... millions of visitors, there would be lots of toilets and they would be cleaned regularly...nope! My standards have been readjusted now and I'm just happy if there is a toilet. Who cares if they're clean or flush.
We continued on to the Basilica and St Peters square. Rome is such an amazing place and we were really just scratching the surface. The tour guide took us on a bit of a whirlwind tour but there just ...
... We then went back to the entrance to the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel. It was about 4pm when we arrived and there was no sign of a line whatsoever. This is how you be a tourist, go late, and there is less people. We wandered through the museum looking at some very cool artifacts and art work before making our way into the Sistine Chapel. It was a lot smaller than I'd first expected, and was ...
... the most delicious pizza ever.
We had a good amount of time left over at the end of the day, so we saw the Colosseum, trevi fountain, Spanish steps, and a little of ancient Rome at night--everything was so grand lit up.
Goals for tomorrow: relax, pack up, figure out tomorrow's travel home, and eat as many pastries and gelato as ...
... We headed to the bar where they were serving 6 shots for only 8 Euros! We all took a round each and they also served 1.5L buckets!
As per usual, we requested all our gangster songs: Low, Swing and N***as in Paris.
Had the best time dancing around. Then some Spanish boys came from nowhere, trying to take me back to their room - lucky Jamie saved me from them.
I had to head back, as I had an early morning towards Pompeii the next day.
I was really ...
This morning, we headed out and went to St Peter in Chains to see the chains that held Peter when he was in prison in Rome.
We went to the Colosseum, which started being built in 72 AD, and was finished in 80 AD. They used Jewish slaves to build it. It was completely covered in marble when it was built, there would have been no exposed brick. The cross was added in the 1700's when they started renovating ...