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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... pleading and starving Daniel).
We also learned that each side chapel in a church is actually a family plot or tomb. The people are not actually placed in the walls of the chapel, but put in a tomb underneath the floor accessed by a "Devil's Hole," that leads down to the crypt below. They called it the Devil's hole due to the stench that would emanate when it was opened, as the corpses were just laid in the tomb without any embalming to rot below the chapels.
... the touristy things. Still do the touristy things, there is nothing wrong with them and they are fun to do! But also take the time to get lost in the city. Put the map away and walk, find a residential area and watch the people (not creepily). We found a bench in a park and watched the kids and dogs play and the people walk by as we talked. That is when you can feel what the city's "vibe" is.
... like nothing much really). We realized it wasn't much farther to the Knights of Malta keyhole so we kept going. We stopped at Aventine Hill for a great view of the city and some shade and then went to the door. If you don't know about the keyhole you should look it up on google images (especially since we got a crummy shot of it). There's this long concrete wall with big green doors every few feet. And in one of the doors is a small hole and if you look ...
... Janiculum Hill), one of Rome's seven-hills to the west of the city. At the top of this hill is an impressive monument to Giuseppe Garibaldi, the revolutionary and military leader who is generally credited with being the father of Italy's unification movement in the late 19th-century.
The panoramic views of the city from this vantage point are truly spectacular, with many of Rome's historic landmarks plainly visible below. As we strolled ...
... the way. At this piazza, there was the Four Rivers Fountain, representing the Nile, the Rhone, and two others ( I forget). It was really pretty though. We walked around there for a bit and enjoyed the sounds of Italy. Then we walked to another piazza that was more of a shopping center. We stopped along the way to pick up a few souvenirs, but still made it without killing our feet. The stores were interesting in their own way... One was a "one size fits all" ...