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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... attached to us which was really good. It was real follow
the leader stiff because there were so many tour groups that you had to be
careful you did not tag onto the wrong tour. The tour included the Trevi
Fountain which was under construction and had no water. It looked like a
construction site so it was a waste of time. A fountain without water and
scaffolding all around it does not seem right.
We did go down the Spanish Steps ...
... be what it is today and that is its connection to Rome. I think being able to see all this helps transform a better picture of Rome . Even though most of this is ruins today with descriptions of each piece you can better put together what Rome used to be and how it came to be today.Seeing the Roman Forum helps you put today's Rome and world in ...
... wonders of Roma
Then, guess what?
Alex is hungry so we find a small lunch shop
And have the best sandwiches I've had in years
And samples of salami on the house
Then we walk around and around and around
Checking out shops and little churches and such
Til we manage to get back to the Santa Maria
For a little rest and recoup
About 8 or so we head out for dinner
At Vizzi Capitali - all fish
... built in honour of the Emperor. The column is crowned by a sculpture of Saint Paul.
The column is made of Carrara Marble, but if I hadn't read about this online, I'd have assume it was granite. I know Carrara Marble is streaked with grey, but this just looks dirty. Damn it people, please maintain ...
... that has been established underneath a small man made mountain, Monte Testaccio, formed over hundreds of years from broken pottery urns that couldn't be re-used ..... A form of ancient recycling. Apparently because of the cool conditions underneath this mountain they built cellars to keep the Vino cool. These cellars are still used today as well as having added some restaurants. It was a great day and ...