Public transportation in Rome, Italy
After a little fight with the police lady that caught us on the bus without a ticket, we were a bit agitated but still in good shape. And no, we did not go to the world's most important church because we wanted to wash ourselves clean from our terrible sin that morning :) Seriously, I was so mad at that lady because I really tried to buy the bus tickets, but it's hard now because you can't buy the bus tickets everywhere anymore. Also, the next day we tried to buy the tickets inside the bus and it worked wonderfully, not this time... well... and they really make you pay for this - around 150 bucks a person.
Also, it was funny how some people in the bus saw us trying to buy tickets and they started fighting with the police. So funny, this woman was sooo mad, she kept screaming. At the end, we did not pay anything, I am curious what they will send me to Germany :)
Anyway, we still made it alright to Saint Peter and boy is that a church; fantastic! You can probably put many churches into this one church and there would still be enough room to hold mass.
Anyhow, Saint Peter is not the most beautiful church in Rome, but it certainly is the most impressive. Unfortunately, we did not make it to the Lateran this time, but Saint Peter was good enough.
We left the church rather quickly, as I had caught a little flu and was getting tired a bit. We left Saint Peter and went back to town for some more sightseeing as well as some shopping.
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One of the oldest cities in the world, Rome has been dubbed ‘the eternal city’ and ranks high in the list of the most preferred holiday destinations in the world. The Colosseum is on every tourist’s agenda, and for good reason. A day pass costs 11 euros, but if you want to take your time exploring, get a seven day pass for 22 euros instead. This gives you access to the Colosseum as well as everything from Palatine Hill to the catacombs. A guided tour is not really recommended since the queues are endless, and you don’t really get to know anything from the guides that you can’t get out of your travel book or... Read more »
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Familie Reise nach Rom - Jun 11, 2009, by mary
Am 1. Juni um 7.00 Uhr weckte mich meine Mutter, weil wir mit ihrem Freund Peter seine Schwester Caro, ihren Mann Fillipo und ihre kleine Tochter Flavia in Rom besuchen wollten.Wir fruestueckten und fuhren um 7.40 Uhr mit dem Auto los.Ich... Read more »
You must see the Coloseum - Apr 30, 2009, by cipristb
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Dinge zu sehen in Rom - Jun 11, 2009, by mary
Um 8.30 Uhr wachten wir alle auf und frühstückten gemeinsam.Dann wollten Mama,Peter und ich in die Stadt, aber wir fanden den Eingansschlüssel zu Wohnung nicht. Wir suchten und suchten.Dann riefen wir Fillipo bei der Arbeit... Read more »
Favorite attraction in Rome - Apr 30, 2009, by cipristb
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Rom, eine Tour in die Stadt - Jun 11, 2009, by mary
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