Travel Blogs from Rome
I have decided not to convert our currency while I'm here. Because just say you buy a ice cream for example for € 8 that would be $11 our money. And when you think of buying an ice cream for that much well normally you just wouldn't. The Aussie dollar just isn't that strong against the euro.
I'm off to Florance tomorrow. Another adventure about to start.
Till then. End of thought!
Another big day of walking through Rome neighbourhoods. our favourite part was snooping where it says Prohibile....which of course means prohibited. The private entrances to fancy residential areas area opened up around noon, so that (rich) owners can get into their homes for the 3hour break during the day. Today we finally got the hang of walking on the right hand side, instead of staying to the left like in Australia. Saw some protestors today, we ...
... tea. Very expensive average pasta and salad. Exhausted we hope to sleep well for our next big day. But there is no heater control and most of us had a restless night. Big day tomorrow with a lot if walking and the Colosseum. I can't wait!! What I have learned today: . When it feels like its going to be a busy day sometimes it's not. Just a lot of waiting. Good times for sleeping, chatting or watching out for your luggage. . I love the Leaning Tower of Pisa. . Avoid ...
... of a tourist by holding the camera out the window and snapping a million shots!
We are staying in a bungalow in a camping village here in Rome – it’s a great set up – 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms , a deck out front and a short walk to the pool.
We are pretty well set up now – so upon arrival we got the BBQ out, poured some wines and opened some chips. It feels a bit like sitting on our deck in Waikanae - so ...
... place and both ordered Boscaiola pizza, which again was amazing... this is the one with the amazing mozzarella, you remember? After lunch we decided it was time to do some more souvenir shopping. Not a lot of pictures from this adventure, but we stopped here and there and grabbed a few things. I bought an Italian watch that is gold with a black Italian leather strap - pretty sweet. Liz bought another dress today too. After our ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed