Getting to Rome
Getting to Rome, included a 3.5 hour drive to Split; 11 hour overnight ferry to Ancona; 3 hour drive to Rome.
We are very excited to spending Christmas and New Years in Rome.
We Love Rome 10km fun run
We entered a 10km fun run on NYE which covered many of the major sites like the Coliseum, Typewriter and Spanish Steps. What a fabulous way to finish the year.
New Years Eve
We booked tickets for NYE at the Race Club Speakeasy. A funky members only club next door to the colisseum. The theme at this bar located right up the street from the Colosseum is cars, bikes, and anything with a motor. Decked out like a mechanics’ shop, it’s filled with vintage motor vehicle memorabilia.
We did a fantastic food tour called the Twilight Trastevere Food Tour. We sampled a sumptuous blend of Italian classics like pizza and pasta, real Roman street food, less-known meats and cheeses, and amazing wine in a secret cellar. Really worth doing if you are in Rome.
We also visited a at Complesso del Vittoriano which displays over 60 Monet’s most beloved pieces from his Giverny household will be on display.
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