Cesar Palace Guesthouse
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... total. We sat in the McDonalds for about 1½ hours waiting for the city to wake up and our room to be ready so we could go to sleep.
As we exited the McDonalds we could not believe how life had sprung to the streets. There were thousands of people wandering through carts of scarves, belts, souvenirs, Pope paraphernalia, my favorite, a calendar of cute catholic priests plus countless Indian immigrants aggressively trying to sell knock off ...
... the Piazza Venecia. Walking past the Forum Romanum we arrived at the Collosseum. Once there we went to the Bocca della Verita and had a little break at the Circo Massimo. There we took a metro to the Termini and walked down to the Plaza of Repubblica. Then we just strolled down to the Fontana di Trevi and on to the Spanish Steps (Piazza di Spagna) - just for your information: perfect place for expensive shopping (Chanel etc) or for cheap souvenirs! And for a ...
... 3x the cost at the stand up counter. The cornetto is similarly priced. The lesson we learn today is that in Italy, there is a cost to sit. Franco, our host at Home Sweet Home, later tells me that you can sit all day if you want, and thus the reason why the costs are so high when you choose a table over the stand-up counter. This really doesn't "sit" well with Colleen. I suppose it's a good thing that you don't need to tip here, either.
Ahhhh. Bonjourno Roma! When we first arrived here into Rome in the afternoon from Positano, I must admit I felt a little overwhelmed. Coming from Positano which oozed serenity to the bustling city of Roma, was initially a bit of a culture shock. We spent our first evening just exploring around our hotel and of course doing a bit of retail therapy. A new pair of italian boots hit just the spot! The next day we truly began our explorations. We purchased a hop ...
Today im off on a tour to the Catacombs which are underground manmade tunnels used for religious practice, any chamber used as a burial place is a catacomb. Many are under cities and stories say that that they were used as war refugees, smugglers' hideouts, or meeting places for cults.
Catacombs have many great features such as walls ...