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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... our bags and then headed to the (airport to Termini Centro) train. We left the central train station being asked by the usual pests if we needed any help- I'm sure we will get used to this over the next few weeks. We walked about two blocks and found both the accommodation for Friday to Sunday night with the group and the Welcome Piram Hotel where we are for the next two nights. All very close proximity to the ...
... ride, so no seats = very annoying. For the first hour, we did not know if we could sit in empty seats and were lounging around by the luggage area. It was very ghetto, but I did not care at all.
Us taking selfies in the luggage area.
After a while, the ticket person came around and told us that as long as ...
... numerous pockmarks which still scar the building today. Modern History During the 16th and 17th century, Church officials sought a productive role for the Colosseum. Pope Sixtus V planned to turn the building into a wool factory to provide employment for Rome's prostitutes, though this proposal fell through with his premature death."Rome." Encyclopædia Britannica. 2006. In 1671 Cardinal Altieri authorized its use for bullfights; a public outcry caused the idea to be ...
... Goldberg that when it came to asking him what I wanted I struggled to get out the words Australian Stamps and fumbled my money when trying to get a 100 Euro note exchanged! So after and extremely embarrassing moment in the post office I went outside and mailed my post card in the box for its trip back to Oz! Having successfully navigated the Vatican without getting struck by lightening for my impure thoughts we headed across the Tibet River to the centre of Rome and ... The ...
... through St. Peter's Square which was set up with chairs for as far as the eye could see. I wondered how big of a building was needed to store all those chairs. It was pretty cool to visit another country within a country, and Sara straddled the border with one foot in Rome and another on Vatican soil.
Tip to those who want to visit Rome: Don't go to the Vatican on a Wednesday. The Pope holds an audience on that day so the crowds are crushing. And remember...never, NEVER rent a ...