BEST WESTERN Hotel Piccadilly Roma
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- Continental Breakfast
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... to some of the make things, such as Capitoline hill, without realizing it. So many things are right within walking distance of the city center. We did manage to get to the Pantheon, which I loved. It was beautiful. We also wanted to see Piazza Navona. On the way we stopped at a pizza place, which. a home on the wall, fully organic place with outdoor seating for lunch. After we got our pizza and sat down, we realidsed that there were a lot of cameras and news reports ...
... for Joanne's birthday. Best Day: The day in Pitigliano Hardest day: Day 2. Steep, hot and never ending. Best wine: Conti Formentini C******nay Most useless deadweight: For this there were lots of nominations, but the broken pump that Linn carried with her the entire way takes the cake. Best Gelato: Grom in Sienna The individual awards were celebrated with shots of grappa (tonic water for Genevieve) Mighty Mouse: Joanne for pedalling the heaviest bike relative to her ...
... after our shopping expedition we arrive in Roma ready for our walking tour around the city where we get to view such monuments as the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon and the Victor Emmanuel Building these were all absolutely incredible, so much history. We learnt that the memorial statue of Victor Emmanuel at the building had a moustache stretching 1 meter on either side, woah!! As ...
•40 degree day! Hot hot hot! Bus to Rome. •Vatican Museum walking tour- annoying girl, amazing architecture & paintings, Sistine chapel- church dress, silent, massive painting. •Popes Church- massive!!! Susan: "Jesus sorry!" •Bus and walking tour: pantheon, ...
... Rome's fourth largest domed church, the Baroque Sant Andrea della Vella sits with greenery growing from its roof at the corner of our street. We went in and when I approached the altar I couldn't believe my eyes. Instead of a crucifix behind the altar - which most Catholic Churches have - there was a painting of the crucifixion. And Christ had been depicted differently than I'd ever seen. He was heavy-set, older, had a receding ...