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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... they need a lot of space to keep their ruins. We didn’t bother to go inside the Colosseum having done that several times before. It is also being partially renovated – so that’s good to know.
Moving on from the Colosseum we walked past the Temples of Flavio and Augustus – with the Forum on the opposite side of the road. Along the way we saw LOADS of Indian sellers selling 'selfie sticks' - no kidding there are ...
... audio visual tour and walked around again in awe, the facade is deceiving so it was great to go inside.
As we had a 3am wake up call for our flight out we opted for dinner at the restaurant next door to our hotel, we were really happy with our meals and the gelati after so it was nice to finish the Italian cuisine on a positive note.
We left a note in our hotel room for Lili and then lights ...
... We had booked 3 day passes on-line and collected these. They entitle us to free entry to all the Vatican sights, hop on hop us bus, public transport and free entry to two other sites. Makes it easy having these. After a coffee we toured the Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums. It is a magnificent collection and took several hours. As well as the older art they have more modern works ...
... the name of the hill was synonymous with "palace". In fact the word palace (in Italian palazzo), derives from the Palatine.
Next, we walked down the hill and then onto the first ever road in Rome to the Forum, the heart of ancient Rome! The scope of the ruins was overwhelming. Apparently, most of these had been buried and the excavation only began in the early 19th century. As the sun was slowly setting we spent about an ...
... it was much further than I had anticipated. At last we found it and this time had a seat to go the 4 stations back to Cornelia. We must have exited from the other end of the station because we recognized nothing when we got to street level. Here we go again. Luckily we spotted the MacDonalds sign and that led us back to the street we needed. Hot and exhausted we arrived back at 6.45. An early start tomorrow as we head for Pompeii and the Isle of ...