Accomodation Bed in Rome
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... sculpture or painting that had a different meaning. At the main alter there was a ginormous canopy made of bronze that stood as tall as a house, with intricate details placed on every inch. We later learnt while admiring a gorgeous piece of art that every single "painting" in the church was actually a mosaic if you looked closely, and that is why we were allowed to take pictures. The entire family was informed that pilgrims ...
... Not only is it huge and grandiose, there is an incredible history behind this sacred place. Painters, scholars, politicians, popes, and millions of people have flocked to this place to experience this glory. And there I stood, in that moment, just one more person visiting the basilica. Even though I was so insignificant standing in the entrance, I knew that God had put me there. I was here to witness the very foundation and soul of the Church that has played such a ...
... walk in just when a group of young people were there for a special tour so I also enjoyed the organ music that had been arranged just for them! It had sprinkled off and on throughout the morning, even as I was walking back over my bridge (Ponte Sisto). I walked just under 4 miles today and I wasn't sore at all. It almost doesn't feel like I did enough since I wasn't exhausted or achy!! So it certainly wasn't cost effective for me to buy the ...
... the tour guide is and then asking rediculous questions that had they been listening in the first place, would know! Anyway enough whinging, we started at the Vatican museum and again because we had paid a guide we jumped the queue. We were each given headsets so we could hear the guide along the way. Over 20,000 people visit the Vatican each day so needless to say the place was packed. We moved through out the foyer being shown different ...
... at the only Roman Deli that is open late that night. They had enough food & drinks for everyone. Stefano acted as our guide & translator. We ended up having a picnic at the Metro. It was quiet an adventure for everyone. Finally, Mikey & I figured to take the bus. Auntie Sol befriended some Filipinos & confirmed that we can take a bus back. In the bus, there were some gypsy teens that were probably drunk, played a couple of their songs, then begged for money. Then ...