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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After a cold night, it was only 5 degrees inside when the alarm went off. We put the hearing on and waited until we were warmer. The campsite at Rome wasn't too far to drive, we found it ok, it's only about 20 minutes into the center on the bus do ideally situated. The chap at reception was very helpful and told us all about how to get the bus, he gave us a map and information about which transport links will get us to various ...
... around for ages trying to find a laundry. We stopped for a coffee and the people were really rude to us. The coffees were really good all through Italy though. We eventually found a laundry near the metro and dropped off our clothes to pick up the next day. We went for lunch at a cute little place where they decided what we were going to eat and they just kept bringing food. It was so good. We had antipasti, pizza, pasta and desserts. At the end ...
... the colouring and technique is second to none. The paintings are so amazing it looks 3D. After being in their for quite some time a priest came into the room and said a prayer. He then offered blessings to anyone who was interested. I definitely was however a bit hesitant to ask incase I was asking the wrong thing to the wrong person. The priest was a young man and was so lovely - he asked about jason and I and what we we were doing in Italy. We told him we were ...
... football journalist, couldn't help but return to the motherland and outline our trip around our passion for football and our two teams, Juventus and Milan. It almost seemed like destiny that Juventus, Ricco’s team, would take to the Stadio Olimpico in the penultimate fixture of the season, and one that saw the Bianconeri break their 100-point mark.
But enough about that, we first had two days to enjoy in Rome and, naturally, food to eat and places to ...
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The final destination today was a visit to the Basilica of St. Peter's next to the Sistine Chapel. Begun in 1506, it took 150 years to build, much of the materials recycled from old ruins and ancient churches. The entire interior is lavishly decorated with marble, reliefs, architectural sculpture, mosaics, and gilding by famous artists such as Bernini, Michelangelo, and Raphael. ...