Best Western Hotel Rivoli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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The Colosseum is Real!
Kicked the hot dust in the Roman Forum, imagining the men and women who walked here before...
What would the Romans say if they could see us staring at their ruined buildings? They just might find it more entertaining than flattering.
After finding our hotel we walked to the Colosseum and then …
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... this was planned, and I didn’t have wifi I’m just taking it in and going off the top of my head on what I know. There were little guys everywhere yelling, “Selfie! Selfie!” and trying to sell those selfie sticks which are an extension piece for your cell phone. They look absurd, but convenient I guess - can’t believe I haven’t seen them in NYC.
After the Colosseum I walked towards the direction of the Spanish Steps - haven’t ...
Italy was the making of genesis the Italians being bizarrely keen on prog rock as this current flyer shows is still the case. I nearly asked one busker in the park if he knew any Steve Hackett stuff - he knew his audience tho and stuck to Dire ...
... us on a walking tour of parts of Rome. Since we will be returning various times as a class, we only saw a few things today on our walk. We went to a large piazza where there was a huge obelisk that was erected at the orders of Pope Sextus V. Right in the piazza were 3 large churches. We visited one of them where we saw two paintings: the martyrdom of St. Peter and the conversion of Saul. Both paintings were incredible and held a lot of significance since the campus here ...