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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... we hadn't seen them before. You guessed it; there were major refurbishments underway and scaffolding over both the towers on either side and the fountain was drained and closed off. To complicate it even further there must have been half the population of Rome sitting on them. We have certainly noticed a huge increase in the number of people throughout our travels compared to our last visit. The Colosseum also had about fifty metres of scaffolding around the highest section. We are ...
... made it seem so different than the typical "temple," as I observed at the Roman Forum or the St. Peter's Basilica! Nevertheless, the symmetry and architecture, as well as the lighting on the cross and the images on the walls were astonishing.
As the sun was setting and we were having dinner near the Trevi Fountain, a bittersweet feeling enveloped us. We had such a wonderful experience with Pietro, the Italian culture, the food, and the country's rich history ...
Day 51 We had the best day yet. We picked up a local guild, who took us to a Pottery Factory where everything is made by hand, starting from soaking the hard clay in water baths for days before they can work the clay. They made the beautiful Moroccan Tiles, they start by working the clay by patting the clay with a paddle until it is a certain thickness and then the clay is cut with a template. Then the tiles are lade on the ground and dried for ...
... it wouldn't have anything to offer us. I'd rather get back to Rome and have a few hours to lay in the sun or near a plaza get some gelato and just kick back and enjoy life a little bit. We've all realized this isn't so much a vacation but rather an experience and we live and learn a lot but exhaustion is kicking in. Five weeks is a long time to be away from home and I miss my fellow americans and AMERICAN food a lot and the accent and my ...
... guys lead, chatted with the Swiss army guards. They were really very nice & gave us free tickets to mass, said by the Pope in the square on Sunday. We are lucky because he is not always available for mass & certainly tickets are not easy to come by. I had assumed these guards were just like those garding the British palace, but not true they will salute you and pose for pictures. Their uniform was kindly designed ...