Siena to Rome, Italy Day 14

We took the bus to Chiusi. This allowed us to see more of the Tuscan hill
towns to the south and east of Siena and it was a very picturesque drive. In
Chiusi we got on the train to Rome Termini.

The Rome Termini station was very sleek and state of the art. Walking to our
hotel from Termini was a delight—very easy to find with the map and a couple
questions. We enjoyed the energy of Rome and the ambience from the first second.

Our hotel was across the street from the Ministry of Defense, so there were
police standing in front of it and our hotel 24/7, a nice feeling of security!

Our 1st floor room was exquisite, large, and very business classy, with a
free internet point right around the corner from our room. The front desk personnel
were very professional and savvy.

We went on the open tour, double decker bus where we sat on top. It was Rome
at twilight, dusk, and dark and it was breathtaking to see all the famous monuments,
such as the Colosseum, lit up with well-placed recessed lighting. Historically
it was incredible to see all our years of studying Latin coming to life.

Afterwards, tired from traveling, we just ate at an Irish place, Flann O’Brien’s,
down the street from our hotel which filled us up and was actually quite good.

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