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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... but we followed Ellie through the city to see the other big sites throughout Rome. We walked to the Trevi fountain, unfortunately it was under restoration so we did not see the full fountain but they had a little bit of water at the front so we could still throw our coin in. They also had a walkway built over the fountain that you could go on. So I guess to look at it positively, how many people can say that they walked over the top of the Trevi fountain? We then went ...
... to carry her, but she was ok. Loved the attention. Got back to the bus for the hour and half drive. All exhausted as there was a lot of walking! Again our tour guide was excellent and very informative. Very straight forward and would quickly put you in your place, but she made us laugh! Note from Danielle for poppy. Had chocolate fondant for dessert last night. It oozed and was yummy. I told the waiter that it was ok but I need to make sure. He delivered another one! It was so ...
... s No Reservations. Ironically, they wouldn't let us in without a reservation. So, we found another little place around the corner. The mussels were outstanding, and we still got to try Caccio E Peppe.
We walked back to the Metro station through the darkened Rome streets, capturing the lit Colloseum along the way.
It was a great first day, and it was only going to get ...
... Mary-Liz vowed to not visit any museums but she said it was really interesting and enjoyable. Andrea's knowledge was encyclopaedic like, she entertained Maddie and enthused John all at the same time. She briefed us on the genius that was Michelangelo and went in depth on all things relating to the Sistine Chapel. We then joined the throng and marched our way down a long alleyway into the Chapel, the actual floor space is reasonably small but it is the walls ...
... of Rome. (One of the places to go) We walked around for hours, exploring everything. We saw a multitude of famous places: Trevi Fountain, the Patheon, etc; You could say it was magical. So much history in one area. I was in awe of all the beautiful architecture. Even the storage units and 'poor areas' held beauty. Everything was rustic and unique. The colors; the textures; AH it's all so breathtaking. This explains the 118 pictures taken within the first ...