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A great place to stay in. The staff is nice and provide us necessary information and map during our check-in and they actually provide quite a sumptuous breakfast which included in the package. We stayed for 2 nights and it was a great experience.
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Be aware of pick pockets especially when you are carrying your luggage. You are one of the honey or star in their eyes when they see you carrying luggage. Because you will tend to be busy handling your luggage and here they will snap in and pick your pockets.
After we left the train …
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... The place was packed and Jean was moved by the experience.
As it is Sunday and only an hour from Rome we expected a lot of day trippers from the Rome locals and tourists, but it didn't happen, much to our delight. There were a couple of tour groups of maybe 20 in each group and apart from a few other visitors like us it is very quiet.
Back home to wine and cheese and off to bed.
... show, and not jerry built as they have been in use ever since. It was a bit disappointing as only one hall was on show so I went on to the national roman museum, both are really yards from the hotel. This was better although I'm already slightly fed up with imperial busts and ball ...
... and set off for the old and famous Via Appia. I distinctly remember learning about this road in both 7th and 8th grade, so I was excited for the opportunity to walk down this famous road. Additionally, St. Paul walked this road and was welcomed into Rome by the early Christians on the Via Appia. We were dropped off by the bus about 6 miles (10km) away from the outskirts of Rome. We then walked 10km on the Via Appia to get to the Catacombs we were visiting today. ...