Aurelia Residence San Pietro
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Aurelia Residence had everything we needed. It was in walking distance to sights, transport, shops and restaurants. The staff were extremely helpful and very informative.
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Today was our Vatican day. We went first thing in the morning to our appointment for the Vatican Museums (and I am glad we reserved tickets ahead of time. The line was at least a quarter-mile long when we left, and very far from single file). As our guidebook said, the Vatican museums can teach you a lot about eternity, but they are also a must-see. Of course, there's the Sistine Chapel, but also a lot of other cool stuff, like a hallway frescoed with maps of ...
... us to the port. It was a fixed price through the hotel, so the cost wasn’t too bad. Plus, the port was much further than the train station.
We bought tickets for the ferry to Naples. We decided to take the ferry rather than brave the circumvesuviana train again. It was about double the cost of the train, but much more scenic and much less crowded. It was nice to see the cities of Sorrento and Naples as well as Mount Vesuvius from the water. The ...
So, let me just preface this by saying, I have been to Rome 3 times now. Dan has been once. Neither of us were so excited to go back, but Claire and Halle wanted to go. Also, let me say that we were TIRED, worn out, done, and sick to death of Italians. Italians are . . . not very nice to americans. Not all of them, but enough of them that it can be quite frustrating and when you have been traveling for 4 weeks and they treat you like you ...
... and hung out with the bartender and manager
until past midnight. Julia and Syd had gone out by now but the Kaidi,
Lauren and I were happy being at the site bar with the staff. We were
loving it so much we made a crazy drunk plan to leave at 4am the next
night to Pisa (where Julia and I had to be to fly out of) in order to
stay for the big party at the campsite. Around 1 the three of us made
our way into town and started off at Twice. You can't imagine our ...
... M thought it odd because it wasn’t free standing, but up against a building (the Palazzo Poli). There has probably been a fountain here since Roman times when Agrippa extended the water supply to this area. It’s the fountain in Fellini’s La Dolce Vita and “Three Coins in a Fountain” which echoes the myth that a coin tossed in over your shoulder will guarantee a return (well, it worked for me, so we all stood on the edge and did it!). The ...