Bed a San Pietro Roma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... architecture. After meeting up with our friends from Auckland, Doug & Janet, at the airport in Rome, no not a strange coincidence, our first stop was to pick up the Euro lease car that Doug had booked. The choice of car had us debating among ourselves for a while, do we choose the racey red Fiat Bambina or the small red three wheeler truck. Both had advantages & disadvantages. The Bambina would of course be cheap to run, easy to park and we could all sit together, but with ...
... there so we all got good photos and could take our time. It is in quite good shape for the fact that the church took all of the marble for the Vatican and a few other monuments around town. It was massive!! They have covered up a tiny section of the arena with wood to give an example of what it would have looked like. They have actually just found a grave and head stone of a gladiator a bit out of Rome on a farm. The gravestone has a short biography on it that ...
... Vatican being closed.
The Colosseum being covered in scaffolding (as it was 17 years ago when we were here).
Bad wifi at our Apartment.
Our Apartment being in the ****-end of Trastevere.
Inhaling cigarette fumes every 2 minutes.
Not being able to go for a run in our dodgy area.
Lack of public toilets.
Ambulance sirens every 2 minutes 24/7.
One eyed beggars on every corner, ...
... popes are buried here in glass cabinets so you can see them, these 4 have been canonised a are now saints, and one of the reasons they had become saints was because when the were being canonised and the bodies were taken from the underground crypt where all the popes since Peter are buried, their bodies were still in tact, which also means that these popes were so saintly that their bodies didn't decay, so they were transferred to ...
On our way to Fontana di Trevi we walked by the Quirinale which had a column of Marcus Aurelius and the prime minister's office. We saw a bunch of people huddled around a door and this angry woman dressed in a fancy suit walked out followed by some official looking guys in suits. 0 idea what it was about though. We tried to ask but only figured out that it was the prime minister's office which we already knew thank you ...