How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Elyse Rome
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In 1418, the Council of Constance settled the western schism, and a Roman pope, Martin V, was elected. This brought to Rome a century of internal ...
... seems to be the default setting we engage each time we think or speak about our trials and afflictions. Why do we want to magnify our troubles? Do we want people to feel sorry for us? Or to think that our experiences were worse that they really were? Maybe we want our experiences to be larger than life in order to assign greater meaning to them and so be recognized as such by others. Most of us would call this “being ...
... get home, but decide to continue on by catching a No. 115 from the stop I got off which would go into Trastevere. I did a have a little knowledge from yesterday and sure enough I see a landmark, get off and catch a No. 3b bus to Piramide Station then to Basilica San Paolo! Home after a brilliant day out.
Here are a few pics of buildings along the way. Hope you like them!
... know) And so I did. We sat there for a minute and even enjoyed some Italian gelato, which was absolutely delicious beyond belief. However, I noticed the sun almost setting down before I realized I had to quickly run to my next and last spot for the day, the Spanish Steps ...
... to see gorgeous panoramic views over the Vatican City and surrounding Rome. After Vatican City we wound our way through beautiful cobbled streets to the Fountain of Trevi. The fountain was packed full of tourists like us, but still well worth the trip. We tossed coins in, took the obligatory photos and moved on to get out of the raging 30 degree sun and have some gelato (a local tells us the store we visited sells the best gelato in the city and I'm inclined ...