Beau Site - Antica Residenza
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
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... fact, Matteo is already there trying out for the soccer team and Maria has started her job as an operating room RN in Hoboken. They will keep their Rome residence, but it will obviously not be as convenient to visit as when they lived in the United Kingdom.
... with only some portable pieces being removed by some barbarians and part of the bronze ceiling being melted down to make a cannon for Castel Sant' Angelo in 1625. The perfect proportions and many details in the infrastructure still remain, a beautiful building now just as much as back then. We also walked around trying to find the Trevino Fountain, but got lost and gave up and headed hom, but apart from that, overall another amazing ...
... of passengers. It was a seven hour flight which allowed us to watch "Godzilla", “Nebraska”, and” The Other Woman”, eat two meals and sleep a bit. We lost an hour so we arrived at 8:15 local time. We were now nine hours ahead of Boise. We had more predicable lines to pass through Kenyan immigration and customs. An hour later and 40 Euros each poorer we were anxious to find our local contact and driver. Oh joy! He was not ...
... School of Athens"), which is attached in the accompanying photos, is a good example of the Renaissance style on display in this section of the museum.
We ended our three-hour visit in the famous Sistine Chapel, which is dominated by the magnificent frescoes painted by Michelangelo in the 16th-century. The ceiling, which combines both classical and Renaissance styles, is composed of various scenes that convey Michelangelo's personal view of the ...
... a huge beautiful square (didn't really know about it's importance until the next day...only went cause Lisa thought it might be the fountain for the movie 'When In Rome'). We figured it was late enough and we had been walking for a solid 9 hours by then so we grabbed some dinner (subway) and went back to the hostel to plan some more stuff for along the way. Was proud of myself for going the whole day without being pick pocketed. So we met a ...