Domus Livia Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... floor suggest that its pieces came from many different areas around the world. The Pantheon was originally created as a temple around the time of Christ. It is unsure to whom the temple was originally built for, but the name Pantheon is derived from the Greek meaning of relating to all gods. It is controversial that the temple was originally created for the dedication to all gods, but none the less was the name it took around ...
... with us. I laughed thinking about the old segment (Jaywalking) on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno where they'd randomly poll the general public on miscellaneous events in history/current events/famous sites, etc. and so many people were not able to answer even close to correct. Italians probably would nail those questions and proceed to give you more information than what's available on Wikipedia :) Most places of business/hotels/restaurants had less staff ...
... terribly. We had a nice dinner at Ninos, near the Spanish steps, where we ate the first night in rome on our honeymoon 30 years ago. One more day of site seeing and then we fly back. We have had a great time, miss you all. Devon is in boston for Davy's wedding, and nick's birthday is tomorrow happy birthday!! Taylor is coming to ca to ...
... of a large monument to Giuseppe Mazzini, a writer and politician, who proclaimed the Roman Republic in 1849. Just around the corner from the monument lies the Roseto di Roma, the Rome Rose Garden, a public garden filled with every species of rose imaginable. By this time, a few sprinkles of rain began to fall, but not enough to put a damper on the colorful spectacle of this beautiful setting.
We then started a gradual uphill climb to the ...
... not bad by themselves, but in tour groups, they are a pain in the ass. Basically, if you have "always wanted to see something" or always heard you should see something, so has everyone else. Expect a crowd. Buy Vatican tickets online. The lines at the Vatican are to buy tickets, not to get in. That said, there were a few places that had very small crowds that we loved: The Catacombs of San Sebastino were amazing! I cannot say how much we enjoyed seeing the catacombs and ...