BEST WESTERN Hotel Astrid
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... One thing I will mention however, is be prepared for heat and a lot of walking on uneven ground. Romans are fit, and anyone who has been here will know why, as heat and hills certainly shave those calories off. As always, I must thank my Roman host Annapaola, a friend of my Mam who epitomises the cool, crazy and happy lifestyle Romans have... I was fortunate enough to take her to a restaurant I'd visited a few years before... If you're ever there - Trastevere - Da ...
... inscribed his name to any, but one, the temple of his father Trajan. That is why the Roman Pantheon bears the inscription of Marcus Agrippa, and not the emperor Hadrian.
The pediment,(the triangle section above the inscription) is blank today, but there would have been sculpture that acted out the battle of the Titans. Great bronze doors guard the entrance to the cella and would have been covered in gold, but it has long since ...
... in" we could breathe again and we were surprised that we could actually get a chair. We put on our rain gear at this point, as a steady ran had begun. It was a big question though of "sit in the seats?" or "stand by the wooden barricade?". Michael went to the barricade before long, followed by Madelyn. The boys and I snacked and just looked around. We had brought cards to play, but couldn't with the rain. The time went very fast though. Brady soon ...
... in olive oil. "Arrabbiata" literally means "angry" in Italian, but it sure was delicious. Bridget did not care for the Eggplant Parmesan , she will not be trying that in Rome again. As the restaurants’ outside seating was on the corner of Borgo Pio and Via Tribullo, it was fun to people watch. There were so many families with young children and we loved watching them interact with each other and the ...
Today in Rome (27th April), was a history breaking Catholic tradition where two past popes were canonised, ie made Saints at the one ceremony. Being in Rome for an historic event such as this (although I am not Catholic) seemed a perfect time to go and check it all out!
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