Le Suite Di Napoleone
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... so they wanted good luck from the gods. There were other churches and shrines to the other pagan gods and everything else that you would expect in a civilised society. Then we went to see some of the artefacts that had been uncovered by the archaeologists like pots and wagons and Statues and things they used in their daily lives. There were also skeletons of some of the people who died there like a baby, a man sitting down and ...
... the events happening at the Colosseum (the Italians really love
Fosse dancers and swing music) and then walked back after getting some gelato,
arriving back at the Piazza around 11.30pm and found a good spot up on the wall
near the Borghese gardens. Most people didn’t arrive until 11.45pm. During this
time people were lighting fireworks and bungers EVERYWHERE. Including in the
crowd, which was a little ...
... amazing. the altar itself was breathtaking, made out of black marble and even the floors were made of various different shades of marble in intricate patterns. The whole thing was quite overwhelming and after exiting we saw just how appealing the basilica was. We saw 2-3 couples getting wedding photos in front od the great structure.
We took one last look and made the executive decision to head back to the pool and while away our afternoon, and that we did. We ...
... in areas we hadn't seen before and went north along the river. It doesn't matter where you go in old Rome as there is always a picture to be had every block. We purchased some cut up fruit and Ang bought more children's novelties from street vendors including cardboard Disney characters that dance to music. We crossed the river into Piazza del Popolo. This is a big picturesque square that we hadn't seen before but was marked on our map. We had lunch outside in the square at a ...
... little restaurant. We got a caprese appetizer and both got a pasta dish and a beer. It was a great first meal and Nidhi made some more new friends with a young couple from Scotland, where college is fully paid for by the government. We grabbed a quick nap at the hotel before continuing on to the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, and many other beautiful, but lesser known sites. We were craving a good pizza so we decided to head back to Campo De' ...