New Morpheus Rooms
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNew Morpheus Rooms Rome
Great location, Clean rooms, quiet ambient, smiling face, if i go Rome again, I will stay Nwe Morpheus again
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... down to see the doctor and I have cystitus and a stomach infection, double whammy, even the cabbie that picked us up from the hospital got out a d opened the door for me and now Rob is off to get copius drug scripts filled for me, not an easy task as only every fourth chemist is open on a Sunday and we found out the hard way that no one understands Pharmacy but they do understand Farmacia.
Was funny, got in cab to hospital, me in agony and crying, Rob ...
... much earlier than we thought we would be so we had time to go to the "secret bakery" to get Nutella filled croissants. After that we headed to mass at Santo Spirito, where they have an English speaking mass right by the Vatican. It’s a very nice looking church with a side chapel to St. John Paul II with a relic. After mass and prayers there, I headed off to frigidarium (because it’s just that good) and then to the Capitoline museum. I’ve been ...
... for us, we slowed for him, and as we were both waiting for the other to make a move he said 'oh please, take your time!'. We gratsie-ed him and scampered off. Slightly passive-aggressive, smacking of sarcasm, but both parties laughed a little then went on our way. Another example is our vatican tour guide Sergio, a lovely old man who you wanted to protect and cuddle like an old grandpa. A tourist bumped into him in the crowded museum and he turned and yelled at ...
... pedestrians! Fortunately.
There are plenty of pedestrian zones though, which is great. We love all the little cars about, loads of tiny Smart cars. There's also half size buses that manage to get round some of these narrow streets. Victoria and I took a taxi, and kept thinking there was going to be an accident, no one seems to indicate or do much tooting of horns. I guess Romans know what they're doing!
... very exciting day!! We decided that yesterday morning we would get up early to try arrive at the Collosuem before the crowds, but by the time we got there (just before opening) the lines were huge. We were approached by a lady organizing guided tours which only cost €5 more than what all our entrances fees etc would have cost, so we went with it! Really glad we did as it was a good tour. Learnt about the usage of the ...