Casa Tra Noi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Kasey.lafolette stayed here on Dec 29, 2014 during their trip titled: Kasey's Pilgrimage .
... not on my bedroom wall… I eventually dragged myself out of that particularly country and was once again ready for pizza. We were slightly underwhelmed by the standard in general, as I guess we had all expected it to be some miraculous instance of heavenly pizza but I guess when something is already that good, it’s hard to outdo. Especially having spent 6 years at a uni around the corner from Lygon St. That night we watched Angels and Demons and it was quite fun to pull ...
... is a long, rectangular room that is more tall than it is wide. Upon entering, I get the sense of "cattle going to market" as there must be 1000 to 1500 folks stacked in this room...all staring at Michelangelo's frescoed work on the ceiling. Now Michelangelo took four years to complete this ceiling. Imagine painting while looking upwards on specially designed scaffolding, paint dripping on and around you for four years!? Michaela shares with us the fact ...
After numerous phone calls in the afternoon, we figured out the bag was at the Rome airport at the lost luggage desk. Unfortunately, we never got a claim number before leaving the airport and were unable to get one online, presumably due to the complications of having three airlines involved in our tickets/travels. Anyway, after our walking tour of the city and dinner near piazza navona, we returned to the hotel and I (Kevin) headed to get the bag! I ...
... Let me tell you it's an adventure in any city with public transportation but such a great experience to get the true feel of the city. It was actually a rainy morning here in Rome but it was quite nice as it broke the heat. Which was pretty vital since we had to wear pants into the Vatican Museum and St. Peter's Basilica today. If it was as hot as yesterday not sure we could have made it through the day as we spent about 8 hours on the grounds today. Once we got off ...