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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... where Julius Caesar was cremated at the Tempio Di Guilio Cesare.
Next, we travelled by bus to the Vatican City where we had a quick lunch before we were taken on a guided tour of the Vatican Museum and then we continued to the Sistine Chapel. It was quite crowded and very warm and there are so many unbelievable pieces of art, frescoes and sculptures. We were unable to take our time to appreciate the art because it is such a large complex and ...
... calibre. Although it doesn't stand out too much on the skyline as it is not tall by Rome standards and it's art gallery has been sunk down rather than up. It's ultra modern design is really the problem as I see it!!
I saw the exhibition L'Arte Del Commando L'Eredita Di Augusto - which means in English, "The art of command. The Legacy of Augustus." It was quite interesting and had some good paintings.
... that she gave us each a glass of wine on the house. After sharing a glass of vino with Inas, we then ambled on down the cobblestone streets to yet another tiny San Quirico wine bar/coffee bar/turtle refuge. We then enjoyed yet another glass of exquisite Rosso di Montalcino over much laughter and catching up with the Italian locals. We were then developing a pleasant and much expected wine buzz. After finishing the vino, we ...
Today was a busy day on our tour. In the morning we visited the Vatican and Sistine Chapel. In the afternoon we saw Tivoli Fountain, the Pantheon and Piazza Navona. In the evening we saw the Spanish Steps and then a meal in a restaurant with the tour group. In the morning we leave for ...