Al Viminale Hill Inn & Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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Our last day in the eternal city and what a perfect way to finish our time here. Everything that Jenna and I wanted to see and do has been ticked off of the list and we do not have any regrets or things that we wish we had done. Rome is a city riddled with history and what better way to learn and understand that than by being in the city itself. Our morning started off fairly similar to the other mornings with the ...
... that there were Priests available for confession in different languages and I found one who spoke English. After that, I was just in time for mass at the big alter (not the one that only the pope uses but the one behind that with the dove of the Holy Spirit coming out of the clouds) Even though I understood maybe 10% of what was being said, it was an awesome experience.
I love the Vatican and I ended ...
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Today started early for all but Mitch, as our body clocks are still adjusting. Max and Liam went for an early explore and found us some fresh pastries for breakfast - yum! Max and I then went for another wander around the neighbourhood and found a little deli which had fresh bread, cheeses, meats and groceries. Decided to buy some breads, cheese and prosciutto using a little Italian which seems to be appreciated.
We then caught a tram into the ...
... to survive, and probably always losing, gladiators in chariots dragging people behind them in the stones, so much horrific history, but we all still think it's an amazing place.
Walked around till we found the Piazza Venezia, an enormous white building with neptune laying around watching everyone and lots of soldiers on horses on the roof. There were a couple of serious looking guards next to what may have been an eternal flame. From what we ...