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TravelPod Member ReviewsAriana B&B Rome
Hostel termini tren istasyonuna ve metroya cok yakon merkezi bir yerde bulunuyor.
Odaları cok temiz ve ideal
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... over a pedestrian crossing as cars & taxis do not stop - you have to step out and make them stop...we certainly followed the locals when crossing based on safety in numbers!!
We walked along via del Babuino towards Piazza del Popolo looking through the windows at Tiffany & co, Chanel and other exclusive shops. Listened briefly to a busker in the piazza then climbed up the stairs to the Pincio Hill Gardens and looked across the rooftops and domes of ...
... The unique economy of Vatican City is supported financially by the sale of postage stamps and tourist mementos, fees for admission to museums, and the sale of publications. The Sistine Chapel ceiling was painted by Michelangelo between 1508 and 1512, and is one of the most renowned artworks of the High Renaissance. Central to the ceiling decoration are nine scenes from the Book of Genesis of which The Creation of Adam is the best known, the hands of ************ ...
... of pieces of prosciutto across the top. These Italians need to come to Watsonia to taste a little of "Professor Pizza." We re entered the police station around 9.30. It was a dark and dank building with a waiting room that made you feel like you were on death row. Shabbily dressed policeman would wander around chatting and laughing. Their uniforms were ill fitting and looked stupid. White belted gun holsters sat loosely around their waists as if to imitate John Wayne from Rio ...
... looked exactly like gooreum. I miss her. I want a dog. When can I have a dog of my own?
We then ate lunch at Piazza del popolo and headed to the Villa Borghese park where we explored with our bikes. It was actually a very surreal feeling that we were biking through a park in Rome on such a beautiful spring day. I love biking so much because something about it brings about the child or youthfulness in everybody. Or maybe just ...
... down old buildings, but to re-purpose them, which is why Italy has so many ancient sites.
Next stop was at the Church of San Pietro which houses the chains that the angels caused to fall away from St. Peter. For us, the most impressive item was the statue of Moses that took Michelangelo 30 years to sculpt. It was magnificent; his hand intertwined in his beard was so lifelike as was his fury that his people had begun to worship ...