Residenza Domizia Smart Design
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... Day and January 6th in Italy!!! Today I am also including some photos of the apartment we have in Trastevere Rome. It is basically the entrance/laundry; the lounge/kitchen combined; the bedroom and bathroom. We don’t think it is as big as one floor of our Adelaide apartment and would drive me spare if I lived here permanently. As a holiday place it is great/central and comfortable and ...
... it said it was within walking distance of the train station. But we were in no mood to drag our suitcases around this busy,scary area after the last hour of stress. We asked a cab driver to take us there. He said $20 and then drove us a whole 2 blocks. Oh well, we made it finally to the hotel. Relaxed for a few hours and tried to calm down from that experience. Then walked to our evening bike tour we had booked. Similar to the one we did in ...
Todays destination was the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. Small problem was that there are so many other things along the way to see during the walk there. We dropped by the Pantheon firstly and had a good look at the amazing building built by Marcus Agrippa. Its the largest unsupported concrete dome in existance, I bet you all feel complete knowing that little fact?
Such a beautiful building with incredible detail that is still so vibrant after all this time. ...
Today we have nothing planned other than a shoe-buying expedition for Marco; he takes a size 48 European, which is about 13 in our terms, so finding shoes is not easy. On their last visit they stumbled upon a tiny specialist store which stocks only size 46 and above, so they are keen to get back there. Marco's sense of direction is good and we find the shop with no trouble. It's of a size that things are a bit crowded with the three of us and the shop owner, but Marco finds ...
... bend in the road.
After spending the morning shopping and a eating we made our way towards the Colosseum. We had been told that if you got to the Colosseum after 2pm the crowds weren't as big and you could usually tag onto a tour pretty easily. So we arrived there at about 3pm and can I just say OMG. Now I know you are all sick of hearing me say OMG and WOW but this time both Waz and I were really blown away. I mean this was ...