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Very friendly staff, english speaking, clean rooms. Would stay again
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... gathering. I asked what was going on and someone said, “The Pope is coming!”. I joined the group and tried to make a joke about not being dressed appropriately, but got awkward silence. This was not a laughing matter. Apparently he was giving a mass at the church on the corner, and the door to the back entrance that he would go in was on this street. Within 30 minutes a decent sized crowd had formed, but it still felt like an intimate group. These ladies pushed their ...
... sites ticked off then it's time to toss a coin with my right hand over my left shoulder into the Trevi fountain for good luck and a return to Rome. I donate €0.01 to this purpose.
There are roman ruins and extremely old buildings scattered everywhere. The Pantheon was very impressive as was the outside of the Colosseum. We will save entering ...
... hungry). Susan calls someone over and it is very obvious that they forgot our order. As we have now been sitting here an hour Susan tells them to cancel it and she wants them to comp our wine. Customer service is not the hallmark of this restaurant as they are so close to the Steps that they always have a continual stream of new tourists coming by and they could not care less. The Manager threatens to call the police if Susan does not pay ...
Then - By the time the Thunderbirds were able to reach Rome, the city had surrendered. The troops used the city as a place to get some R&R. I'm sure they probably visited many of the places that we have so far.
Now - We began the day with a European breakfast and Vatican tour. Vatican and all its glory were breath taking. Headed for a ...
... erected the monumental fašade. An imposing construction that was as big as a football field and as high as a
thirteen-storey building, crowned with the colossal statues of Jesus, Giovanni Battista and the apostles.From the portico, you enter the Basilica through five heavy bronze doors: the one on the far right is called the "Porta Santa", which is only opened during the jubilee year.Inside, the effect is truly impressive and what surprises the most are ...