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banned7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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banned7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
while out with bg1

bg1 in ur taxi, but are u gonna bang doe?
#2
lucky u....i went in july 2 years ago for our 5 year anniversary and was AWESOME!

just go see all the sites etc. we grabbed a map with attractions and walked to all of them...was lovely. very very expensive place though....but ur a londoner so u wont notice any difference!
#3
bykergrove
cool anything in particular?


no just all the main landmarks ..... but might be colder in nov. get one of those travel guides and plan ur itenary?
#4
read angels and demons by dan brown and then seek out some of the sights

i loved castelo st angelo, the pantheon, the hustle and bustle of trevi fountain and spanish steps - as said above, just walk and see what you come across - lovely city
#5
[COLOR="Red"]Go into the city centre when Roma are playing at home wearing a Lazio shirt.[/COLOR]
#6
Go to the vatican. Pictures cannot do it justice!
#7
Yes, do the usual tourist trail. Colloseo, Forum, St.Peter's and Vatican.
I'm not much enamoured of the Spanish Steps area - too many budget tourists. Trevi fountain is scaffolding free now I think. You can easily walk everywhere, like MB says, although it's a bit af a hike over the river to see the pope!!
If you get a chance to do a day trip go to Tivoli villa d'Este and Villa Adriana.
Restaurants are over-priced and pot luck with service - you'd be better IMO to eat at a pizzeria.

The weather should be nice in November and hopefully tourists down to just chaotic!!
#8
chesso
Yes, do the usual tourist trail. Colloseo, Forum, St.Peter's and Vatican.
I'm not much enamoured of the Spanish Steps area - too many budget tourists. Trevi fountain is scaffolding free now I think. You can easily walk everywhere, like MB says, although it's a bit af a hike over the river to see the pope!!
If you get a chance to do a day trip go to Tivoli villa d'Este and Villa Adriana.
Restaurants are over-priced and pot luck with service - you'd be better IMO to eat at a pizzeria.

The weather should be nice in November and hopefully tourists down to just chaotic!!


nice lil summary.....i couldnt rmbr half the names!!

vatican city is a trek but its walkable ...

defo see trevi fountain at night as well.

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