Bed a San Pietro Roma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ruins, and finally the bones of St. Peter. However, in order to preserve these in good condition they control the humidity. 95% humidity. Yeah, not a fun change. Something with the heat and already not feeling well, made the tour pretty unpleasant. By the time the tour ended I was so nauseous I ended up going straight back to campus to take a nap. I spent pretty much all of that evening in bed, so I could be ready to go the next day.
... can even fit a small country (starting with V) inside it! You can see clearly how wealthy and powerful the Roman Empire must have been. Foreign visitors in the early centuries AD would have been in complete awe, and cowed by the scale of Rome. Check out the photos - the beers are bigger, even the shoes are stupendous, and of course the Colosseum is ... ...
... oil soaked toga. An archer would then fire a burning arrow at the prisoner, and they would burn alive ! charming. We the headed to the Roman Forum, where we saw buildings dating back to as far as 6000BC. We also saw the tomb were Julius Caeser was enshrined. On the way back to the apartment, we took a detour to marvel at the Spanish steps, and to sit and people watch with the 100's of others there. It was ...
... of the 6 people we could recognize, but to no avail. Where had they disappeared to so quickly? We thought we had no other choice but to try to catch up with them. So we climbed up a marble staircase as this seemed the only way forward. There we had to go though a turnstile using tickets but we explained that our group was ahead and we were trying to catch up, so he waved us through. They weren't there. So we asked a guard what was the usual route tours took. He ...
... trouble was neither of us could remember its name or exactly where it was. After much Googling we found the name (Aran Mantegna) and its address. We hopped in the nearest cab, showed the driver the name and address (thanks to Google Maps) and he got us back to the hotel in time for beer o'clock and at a taxi cost of 13.50 Euro. Based on the cost of food, I am rapidly forming the opinion that Italy ...