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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... built this place, and it is incredible.
Perhaps after walking into St. Peter’s has become a habit of much greater frequency the amazement factor disappears. Even aesthetic awe has a shelf-life. I remember that after living in Santa Barbara, California for about six months I realized that I no longer gave thanks to God every day for how beautiful it was.
But wow, St. Peter’s is amazing.
In fact, ...
We are on our way to Rome.....exciting to say the least. For me, Roman history was one of my favourite social studies topics in school. Will soon get to see some of those famous Roman ruins! Our flight which was routed through Zurich and then on to Rome was very pleasant and the service we received on Swiss Airlines was impeccable! Business class is the only way to go! I have to say that the Barcelona airport is very modern and very easy to get in and out of.
... other english speaking people and a tour guide. We had radio receivers to hear what the guide was saying. The temperature was about 36 degrees and it was so hot so that we sought out shade whenever the tour guide stopped to talk. The Palatino hill was the original location of the Emperor's palace and homes of wealthy citzens. Unfortunately, most of the stone, statues and marble was re-used (stolen) for other later Rome buildings so that all that is left are ruins. The Roman ...
... these two days, walking the streets of Rome, visiting the piazzas, museums ,restaurants, gelaterias ,stores was very enjoyable, I hope we get a chance to do it again some other time. It reminded me of the tour we took 20 years ago with Anabel and Carlos, that time we could only spend two days in Rome.
Still haven't been able to find a cyber to add pictures, I'd asked where and maybe tomorrow.
... up and partially in a hill with his guards living in the hill or close by for protection. It was weird to think we were walked through ruins that old and that held that much history.
From here we entered the Colosseum, as we were waiting to get inside a few of the girls ended up fighting to the death over one of the boys again provided a lot of entertainment more so when the acting chariots made them pay 5 euro each for their swords and helmets, thats ...