Casa Vacanze Aurelia
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Travel Blogs from Rome
... mouth out by brushing your teeth with baking soda twice a week. It whitens teeth and breaks bacteria loose. This is not hard to do at all. It is as simple as putting some on your teeth and brush it around.
You can see now, how minor changes in your dental care can make some big differences. Anyone can keep their teeth in tip-top shape with a little effort. It is a matter of forming good habits. Luckily, you now know where to begin with this advice.
... magnificent old style cage lift. Marbled floors and high ceilings made us feel like we were constantly in a 1960's film and Bridget Bardot and Peter Sellers were just waiting around the corner with Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn!
Getting around in Rome is easy. You can take the bus, the taxi, hire a moped, or simply walk. We walked. We walked so far on the first day - but with Rome relatively flat and just beautiful, we didn't notice the miles adding ...
... more choice for breakfast at our hotel in Roma.
We boarded the ferry, which was quite a modern looking boat, and we were surprised to find
it had a timber interior. The 70 minutes journey to Salerno went by quickly, as we watched the stunning view of the Amalfi coastline along the way.
On arrival in Salerno, we rolled our ever-heavier bags across the dock and over the road to
a cafe. The staff there spoke ...
I believe one of my favorite moments to start the day was when we both realized how excited we were to go to a museum! We are both suckers for history I guess lol =P
Our first stop of the day happened to be the Colosseum again because Rachel's ID was still there and then we made our way to Vatican City! We had ordered tickets ahead of time and saved probably an hour in lines doing so. That ...
... it on their return from victories.
Not far from the Arch is the Palatine Hill, the birthplace of Rome. This, one of the seven hills of Rome, is where the city began according to excavations which prove people have been living there since around 1,000 BC. In the valley of the Palatine Hill is the Roman Forum, the heart of ancient Rome, now an archaeological site and museum the public can pay to visit. Curious onlookers can also get a free look at the area by way ...