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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... buildings and no full structures left but you can clearly figure out the main walkways, buildings and so forth. There is however a church that is still standing and it is stunning. They are currently doing something with it so we couldn't go in. I loved walking through the ruins, yet again a bit of a surreal feeling walking through such an ancient and historic city and to then walk past where Caesar was cremated, it was pretty cool :) We then got free time through ...
... Camera runs out of batteries! Lucky I had the iPad. After lunch we headed to the Trevi fountain which had no water and was covered in scaffolding as it was being cleaned. disappointing!. We then headed to the Roman ruins and then on the colosseum. The colosseum was great. Enjoyed walking around and looking at everything and then Danielle fell over. All ok, sore ankle but all the oldies fussed all over her and by the time we were back to the bus is was ok. At one stage they ...
... a city corner and come across a huge structure with a history dating back thousands of years.
We spent some time off the beaten path to get away from the throngs, and along the way found our own Rome - the quietness enhancing the awe.
We went back to our room to change and rest, then headed to dinner. Kristen had wanted to try Caccio E Peppe at a restaurant featured on ...
... Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's. We feel special as the run of the mill guides all have a pack of 20, 30, some more all with an ear piece in. The problem is that the guide is already taking about something else when you get to the particular point. Andrea taught us so much during the tour, under normal circumstances you would just walk right on by but with her everything was brought to life, although not cheap at 80 euro each I would also say worth every ...
... our apartment. Unfortunately it only lasted until 2 p.m. so by the time we got there stands were beginning to close. However, we still made purchases. For me, I bought 2 sweaters! They were 1 euro each.. that's basically a little over a dollar in USA. Can you say 'steal'? They are absolutely adorable. You could definitely tell it was a local spot.
After dropping our stuff off at the room we began walking to 'the heart of Roma.' Basically, it's ...