Sleeping Beauty Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsSleeping Beauty Guesthouse Rome
The sleeping beauty was a great place to stay!! You had your own fridge, DVDs you can watch, lots of tea/coffee provided, and great management!!!
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... paintings in the Sistine Chapel and the photo also shows how Michaelanglo painted walls and the ceiling using a wooden scafold. Around 4.5 million people each year visit the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican in Rome. When we were in the Sistine Chapel I think there were about 200 people. In the Sistine Chapel you had to ware long pants you also can't talk. I think the Sistine Chapel was a great tour.
Day 33 Rome
I got up this morning after a late night of fearing for my innocence. And after the usual grooming routine and a quick breakfast I made my plan for the day. A quick rain check revealed clear blue skies.
I left the hotel to go see the pope speak in the Vatican. I walked to the Terminus station and was approached by a nice gentleman who helped my find the right train to get to the Vatican. Once my ticket was stamped and I was sitting on the Train the ...
... and other monuments and garbed a well earned gelato . Sami got her 4 scoop one and it was gigantic and so so so yummy.. We wanted to get to the Trivie fountain but we were running late and it was actually under construction so only 1/4 was showing so se were told. We had to catch the 4:11pm train in order to make it back to the ship in time, we made it to the terminus station in plenty go time but we didn't realise how big the station was and had ...
... in seek in some very long (and itchy) grass. We had a small picnic on a log (reminiscent of logs on English Bay in Vancouver) and then we drove, and they took a taxi back to their apartment near Vatican City. The kids, of course, decided this was a regular play date and read Garfield books with Ted and learnt the latest tricks from Toby on rainbow loom. Eventually, hunger won and we all went, to a local pizza restaurant to do what one should when in Rome. Eat pizza.
... of it. It was originally the Flavian Amphitheater. As Nero was hated (he once burnt down a large part of the city - where the poor were living - so that he could have more space to build his own palace) so when he was no longer in rule, they tore down this bronze statue and melted it down to use for things like tools. Some interesting facts about the Colosseum: it took 8 years to build and took over 40 000 people to do so, it could hold over 75 ...