Hotel Degli Aranci
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Nice hotel and very friendly staff. Stayed here for two nights when working in Rome. Good breakfast and good location walking distance to some nice resturants
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... us out right now. I tell the guy about the late checkout but he is adamant that its 11am. He calls the owner and she tells me she never gave us permission to stay past 11am, even though in her email to me she says its ok and i have to pay 25 euros extra. Anyway whithout much choice we pack and leave.
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... to want to go back there by foot during our remaining two days, but the one we must bowl is the Vatican and we are looking to do that early tomorrow and spend the rest of the day on foot on that side of the river, but it's still not far from our hotel. We walked home via the Spanish steps, again wondering why all the people congregate there, even the golden retrievers we saw at the Colosseum where resting there. We then rested up at the hotel until dark, or at least Ang ...
... lived in a modest home. Emperors Tiberius, Caligula, and Domitian built palatial homes on the Palatine Hill. Nero’s Domus Aurea (1700 rooms) reached the Palatine, with his large lake in the valley between them.
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... church where they attended Mass this past Sunday, as they continued on a half-mile trek to look for more shops, eventually coming within sight of St. Peter’s square.
Among their new discoveries was a fish market, where they bought some fresh fish fillets, which the owner was gracious enough to pack in ice for their trek back; and a vegetable market where they found apricots and bananas. On the way way back, they stopped to ...