A Casa di Serena a San Pietro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsA Casa di Serena a San Pietro Rome
If you want to stay somewhere quiet, but close to the metro and St Peters, this is the place. Beautiful place, great hosts. Felt like home.
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... where lions would be held. A trapdoor would then open allowing the lions or tigers to run into the arena.
We toured the different levels of the Colosseum and then continued our tour over to Palatine Hill which is where Rome was founded. If you remember anything from 7th grade history class, Romulus and Remus were brothers who were royalty and had a god as a father. The boys were sentenced to be killed by another ruler ...
We have some hire car stuff to sort this morning so we walk to the place, sorted out that issue and then continued on to the Borghese Gardens. As we passed the Spanish Steps along the way, we of course had to stop and take a picture or two. We hired a pedal car to look around the gardens. The kids were most excited about this! They thought it was great fun cycling ...
... to walk back to the hotel instead of taking the metro and we back had to go to supper right away. Supper was at the same place and once again very good. Daisy and I went for a short walk after supper and now after many laughs everyone is relaxing in the hotel room. Unfortunately no selfies with the pope :( Weather: overcast, rained B: croissant with Nutella and peach yogurt L: pizza sandwich D: pasta with tomato sauce, breaded pork, and ...
... br> Our last stop of the day was at a park overlooking the city and having a snack of hot roasted chestnuts. We had our guide drop us off near Campo de' Fiori, a square that has a huge market that sets up everyday to sell everything from flowers to tomatoes to wine to oil paintings. Mid-day it is torn down so the square can be cleaned in preparation for the lively night life.
We took the bus home to eat dinner at "Divine ...
... two hours and everything should be done.
I had the airport security guard pick me up and take me back to the terminal. On the way back he asked me if I wanted to take a look around the airport. I said, "Sure that would be great." I did not have a whole lot else to do. This security guard (whose name I forget) showed me around everywhere. Biggin Hill airport used to be an old WW2 airfield. They still had bunkers, ...