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- Continental Breakfast
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... is a ramp instead of steps because the Pope couldn't be expected to walk up stairs - instead it allowed his horses to rise to the top of the palace to drop him off. Also the staircase is rather plain in design, which is not depicted in things like the Wikipedia article. In fact, the wikipedia article has a picture of a staircase modeled on the original Bramante that now is used by people to exit the museum, but it's a modern interpretation. The real one, which we saw, does ...
... there was a square that had a ton of people trying to sell the same stuff. It was a lot like Barcelona in that way. They were selling shlock, like my father would call it. The square had two very well preserved fountains that had very interesting statues in them. It was a neat square because of the number of street-performers that wanted money. Some were acrobats, some were musicians, and some were doing stupid things like throwing down a rubber toy that ...
... love to see the insides, the lines are soooo long and you're crammed inside with hundreds of other people and I don't think I'd ultimately end up enjoying it. It's beautiful from the outside though and we did enjoy that! It was getting hot and we were tired so rather than walk we jumped on the subway to go to piazza popolo and the villa borghese gardens. Villa borghese is about the size of Central Park so rather than walk around we decided to rent a golf cart for an hour. Best ...
This marks the end of our two-weeks in The Eternal City, and tomorrow Dee and I continue our odyssey by flying to Florence, while our friend Lucy returns to the USA. We decided to have a farewell luncheon at L'Antica Griglia Toscana, the neighborhood ristorante where we've enjoyed the food and atmosphere on two occasions during our stay. Today was no exception, as we shared a bottle of chianti along with pasta and clams, veal, and roast ...
... of our friend and fellow architecture major ,Dan Roche. This could however turn disastrous as we have a train to Firenze (Florence) to catch tomorrow morning at 8:20am. I will keep you posted as to if the whole group arrives in Firenze together. I am excited for a change of scene and the opportunity to get to see more of Italy. I will post again Sunday or Monday letting you know how the trip went!