In this video, my daughter Vrinda who is 7 years old talks about her trip to Rome, Italy. She shares the top 7 things that she liked in Rome.
Here’s a transcript of the video:
My name is Vrinda, you can call me Kuhu. I’m 7 years old. Today, I’m going to tell you 7 things that you can do in Rome.
1. Piazza Navona:
Piazza Navona has street performers. There were really good street performers
e.g. I saw one street performer who was playing some music and everybody was dancing. That was really good. I also saw a man making pictures from spray paints
He was really good. Second thing I did in Piazza Navona was that I had Gelato for the first time.
2. Arch of Septimius Severus:
It is in Roman Forum. The Arch of Septimius Severus was built for a king, it’s a nice arch. There’s a Palatine hill in Roman Forum. If you go up on it, you can see a wonderful view of Rome from there.
It’s an amphitheater. Royal people and some other people used to sit on sidelines
and gladiators used to fight with tigers in the middle.
4. 4D show – We saw “Time Elevator”
You can know about the history of Rome. The seats used to move and the children would had fun there because it was a really good show
5. Trevi Fountain
We couldn’t see the Trevi fountain because it was closed for maintenance. But people say that if you throw a coin in Trevi fountain, you will come back to Italy. But now I need to go to Rome again to throw a coin in Trevi fountain :)
6. Italian Food
Pizza, Lasagna, Pasta, Focaccia, Gelato
7. Vatican City:
People say that Vatican city is a country and it’s the smallest country. In Vatican city my mother, father and me had gone to St Peter’s Basilica. Inside it, there were really beautiful paintings. I was bored that time, but my mother and father had a really good experience
One bonus tip that I have to give you right now is that you need a practise of walking!!!
Because if you go to Italy, in Rome, one day we used to walk 13 kms, 10 Kms
and you need to have a practise of walking