B&B Roma Centro San Pietro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a very useful bar just outside - so we refreshed, only to be disturbed by a group of loud mouth American girls who seemed more intent on informing the entire population of Rome of their recent sexual exploits. As the quite pleasant American group next to us commented..... that's precisely why we get a bad name!
And then onto Altare della Patria (also known as Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II or "Il Vittoriano") a stunning but ...
... of a palace and Cesear's tomb. These ruins are so huge it's hard to imagine buildings being this big. At lunch we ate the best pizza I have ever had, with four different cheeses, and also got to walk around a market in the square with a whole bunch of venders.
Another thing we got to do was see the Pantheon. Its architecture and dome inspired other domes within Italy.
My favorite part of the day was seeing the Trevi Fountian. ...
... a series of reviews for progress/ guidance as we continue designing, and as a final critique. As a result, our projects are never actually finished, but perpetually in progress. This review was set up a bit more informally than most final reviews given that this was roughly a 3-4 week project, but we were able to meet with local professionals here in Rome that gave us feedback on our projects.
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... the Pauline Hall was just sumptuous, even with its foot high words by Pope Paul III in the 1500s"All that within this castle was once decayed, defaced and inaccessible, now through the merits of the pontiff Paul III, one sees restored, set in order and decorated to meet the needs of solidy, comfortable utility and fine elegance." Such humility! He also had the walls painted with allegorical picture of himself as Alexander the Great, Hadrian, ...
... Everyone apparently knew, including the Pope. However, the man was buddies with the Pope and the Pope did nothing. Finally the girl murdered her father and the Pope punished the wife, daughter and her two brothers by beheading them and dragging their bodies around Castel Sant’ Angelo. With no one left to inherit the family’s wealth, the Pope claimed it for himself. Now this girl of about 16 is the face of child abuse in Italy. ...