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In the heart of Rome, Hotel Fiori is within a 15 minute walk from the Coliseum, the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain.
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... had a smoked lobster, and then their take on Tiramisu. All were delicious. Small exquisite portions. We watched the sunset over St. Peter’s dome, and Victor Emanuel and the hill tops. What an evening. Then we walked back through the streets of Rome to our hotel and fell into bed.
We have had a wonderful trip. Can’t wait to come to Rome again next year with Michael and John. Arrivederci from Rome.
... so headed a short distance from the square for soup/pizza or panini, and something sweet before heading to our 1pm Museum and Sistine Chapel tour. A lot to take in, too much for some of us. Then we walked back to St Peter's Basilica to see inside, and incredibly, the queue to get in (which usually goes for 100 metres plus) was non-existent, so we walked straight in. Someone was looking out for us, I don't think we had a long wait in us, and it would have been a shame to ...
... when we reached the station close to the place.....got lost a bit since it was dark, rainy and there was no visible sign of the B & B. --- It's an apartment building with few different B & B's inside! When we're finally in, the place was closed! We called the owner (thank goodness he picked up!) and rushed to the building to meet us. Jonathan, the husband of the owner, showed us our room, gave us the keys and breakfast vouchers. The room ...
The ceiling was quite high, which made the room feel large. I love the reliefs on the ceiling!
The bathroom was quite spacious.
There was a luggage rack for each of us to put our suitcase on top and leave it open. Mine collasped though. I have clearly overpacked...
I must confess ...
... some more monumenty things representing heroes of the past. I have to say it wasn't that good but it kept us dry so it was alright. After that we went wandering and shopping amongst the millions of shops that lined the busy streets. Got some bargains and then headed back before the rain came again. That night we walked to the pantheon which looked pretty amazing light up against the night sky! It was quite overwhelming how big and ...