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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
TripAdvisor Reviews Ascot Rome
Travel Blogs from Rome
... It was very hot and humid and we were perspiring like mad so went back to our hotel and had a "siesta" for a couple of hours before getting ready for our welcome drink and dinner for our next tour of the Deep South.
Sat at a table with two single ladies Helen and Lorraine and had a good evening and wonderful meal. Also had a limoncello supplied by Albatross, because as usual we were the last to leave!
... or condemned criminals. Most were men, but there were a few female gladiators. These combats were attended by the poor, the rich, and frequently the emperor himself. As gladiators fought, vicious cries and curses were heard from the audience around the Roman Colosseum. One contest after another was staged in the course of a single day. Should the ground become too soaked with blood, it was covered over with a fresh layer of sand and ...
... now disembarked in Rome. Thank you all, Buona Serra and Grassyass.
Little Buddy (First Mate) -35 days between oven and land. Have all survived. At times we had to drink many bottles of vino, as we were unsure as to whether the water was drinkable. Have found Rome, thanks to the skipper, all is good. Very sorry to see half the castaways leave us and finally got off this damn island.
Mary-Ann - will miss my bunk buddy ...
... but will be sure to get there on our return trip. (Although Fr. Greg has not managed to get here in the 11 years he's been in Rome, Pope Francis has enjoyed the animals). The map was confusing, but we managed to find our way back to exit and to the electric bus stop.
As we got off at the Piazza Risorgimento, we decided to take a leisurely route back to our hotel and check out some of the designer shops and ...
... to get to the Sistine Chapel. Time was getting tight and the crowds were packed entering that last room before the Chapel. Our guide warned us that she was going to push us through the crowd because she feared they would close the room to thin the crowd heading to the chapel. All seven of us barely squeezed our way through the crowd and left the room before they closed the doors. That's why you hire a guide. I have no pictures of the Sistine Chapel ceiling. You will have to ...