Clarion Collection Hotel Principessa Isabella
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Free parking
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... never see everything, I don’t think there was a single inch of the place that wasn’t painted, gilded, or molded, it was insane. We barely even got to see the parts that we did see because our tour guide was practically running us through the Vatican she was going so fast, didn’t give us time to stop and take in anything. Until the Sistine Chapel that is, which we were actually left to see on our own, and it was definitely as magnificent of a sight as ...
... The colors are vibrant. Our guide points out the Old Testament prophets, Moses, Jonah, the story of creation, above all God creating Adam. The scale is huge, many figures are three dimensional, and look as thought they are about to leap off the ceiling. The mood in the room is one of awe, what an amazing genius created this work. I cannot believe I am actually here, able to see this amazing work, I feel gratitude. From the Sistine Chapel we head ...
... we tasted 7 wines with Bill Clay and had a delicious tasting of different cheeses and olives. The mayor came with us but could only stay for a drink of wine. After some "educating drinks" we headed back to the restaurant and sat down to the biggest meal in all of the world. There were 7 courses. 3 different types of pastas, 3 meats, some vegetables, and on and on and on. If you don't eat all the food they bring you here they think ...
... a very hot day, but luckily there were quite a few shady spaces to rest and listen and look. After that I got the audio guide for the Roman Forum and walked around there for a good bit. The monuments I'll admit were much more interesting to look out when you knew what purpose they served. After I dropped that off, I walked around the Palatino, which unfortunately didn't have an audio guide, but from what I can gather, it was an area more ...