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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... hill. Once upon a time there wax a huge palace here, but it's all now in ruins. Once again, really interesting but if I was to do it again I would join a tour as I think we missed out on a lot of information..although I did try to eavesdrop on other groups as much as possible! However we did get great views over the Colesseum and the city across to the vatican and Basilica. We wandered down to one of the piazzas to do some people watching.....mainly to watch ...
... of people without reservations hoping to get in. We had reservations and walked right in. It helps to have reservations!
We expected to be out by 10:00. Nope, we were one of the last ones out at 11:00. We explored all of the open galleries. I cannot believe how much art has been acquired by the church. There wasn’t a room that wasn’t beautiful – except the “modern art” right before the Sistine Chapel. My personal favorite is ...
... to the barricade
and not to worry about it if we didn’t get close to the front. We found seats on St. Peter’s Square and
began our 2.5 hour wait for Pope Francis.
Around 10:15 we could hear the crowd chanting “el Papa”. We looked up and saw on the jumbo tron that
he was circling around the crowd in the pope mobile. He finally passed by the barricade where we were
standing and we ...
It was just after 5 at this point and we had to be at the Vatican by 5:40. Why you ask? Well we were just going for Sunday mass in St. Peter’s basilica! Yeah, the same church that Michelangelo helped design, the burial place of St. Peter, and one of the largest churches in the entire world. As if the building itself isn’t enough to humble you, being able to sit through an actual service in the same place people have for hundreds of years will. ...
We take the train to Rome, a quick 3 hours that seems to go by fast watching the rolling country side with stone a stucco houses on the hills and vineyards and crops spreading down. Our hotel is 5 blocks from the Termini train station which proves to be a good central location. Our hotel is just ok with a small room with a queen and a set of bun beds; after the last few places we are missing the space. I think all of our ...