Casa Howard Guest House Rome
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free parking
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Pets allowed
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
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... bread. This is why we came to Italy. Truly delicious meal. Leisurely lunch in wonderful company. A stroll after lunch to find the best Gelato. Picked Grom, near the Pantheon. New with wonderful natural flavours. An appropriate ending to a wonderful day. Pauline made Rome very memorable for us. Cab back to the hotel, going by a route we had not taken before, and seeing new sights. Time to pack and prepare for departure on Wednesday ...
... on the ship we notice a lot of new people, there also seems to be quite a few children.
On the ship and back to the room and, yes, the bar has been filled again. As we don’t drink we have over 40 small bottles of spirits to take home and annoy the kids with.
We are tired so go to our favourite spot near the International Café and listen to a local from Rome singing classical/opera music; it was ok, but not our style of music. We sit and watch ...
... was 6 euros for 100 grams....which would probably be the size of a guppy! It cost a small fortune. We were now fortified for our 3 mile trek through the Testaccio neighborhood to St. Paul's church outside the old city walls. This part of town gritty and real, with some of the best "wall art' we've seen. Along the way, we found the Protestant cemetery, which looked beautiful, but closed, so we will return on ...
... the abdication of Diocletian and Maximian in 305 and many dynastic fights, this system collapsed, and the new ruler, Constantine, centralized power again and, with the Edict of Milan in 313, gave freedom of worship ...
... posses someone to dedicate their entire life to the servitude of an organisation (the Catholic Church), which places absolutely no value whatsoever on what you do. Entire lives wasted in service to a lie, very sad. The Sistine chapel is perhaps the biggest let down of all. It's ok I suppose, but hardly noteworthy. It doesn't look any different to any of the other ceilings painted by the myriad of other artists that were throwing paint on the roof in those days. If you want to ...