Vivaldi Luxury Rooms
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... travel for 3-4 days. Now we are in Rome and I am in bed :-( By Monday afternoon I felt good enough to go out for a bit so we took the bus to the shopping area. So many shops, different stores and old, old buildings. I could wander here for weeks. Mya and I went to see the Trevi Fountain which is under repair. The kids had a gluten free meal! We ended up going back to the area a few more times when I would feel rested enough. ...
... Basilica we slowly made our way back towards the hotel.
On Simone's advice, we found a Trattoria with tables outside that were rickety because the sat on the cobblestones and had another delicious meal. This time it was traditional Italian pasta.
The diet starts tomorrow.
After our leisurely meal we walked the last couple of streets back to the hotel and headed for bed.
Tomorrow is a bigger day of walking and sightseeing.
... audio visual tour and walked around again in awe, the facade is deceiving so it was great to go inside.
As we had a 3am wake up call for our flight out we opted for dinner at the restaurant next door to our hotel, we were really happy with our meals and the gelati after so it was nice to finish the Italian cuisine on a positive note.
We left a note in our hotel room for Lili and then lights ...
... of man to behold. People killed for entertainment, the barbarous nature of humans back then, are we still capable of it? You can answer that yourself. We then decided that a Bacardi Breezer and a rest of our feet was necessary so we headed to the Spanish steps and the large park up on the hill behind it. We soaked in the late afternoon rays and got another great biew of another city, I swear we always end up climbing up the toughest, steepest part of every city (totally worth it ...
... an accidental one but turned out to be a treasure. As we rounded a corner we spied yet another beautiful building and we could see the door was open so we went in, as you do. It was a church. Santa Maria del Anima and inside was breathtaking. There were paintings, carvings, beautiful Italian marble altars and gold leaf everywhere. The ceiling and walls were completely covered in amazing frescoes. What a finish to a most amazing day.