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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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Had a big day today as we did the tour the best of Rome so we had an early start as it is 1 1/2 hour from the port of Civitavecchia to Rome. It was another hot day. We visited St Peter's Square and Basilica first as the Basilica was closing at 12.30pm . St Peter's Basilica is the largest church in the world and is absolutely magnificent. The Vatican Museum was an ...
... so much. Got to the Hotel….well, not really AT the hotel, but CLOSE. Since the Piazza Spagna is now a “Zona Pedonale” (and NO, that does NOT mean a place for pedophiles); it means NO CARS! And that includes Taxi’s (when coming from certain parts of the city)!! Coming from the airport, he could only get us so close, from there, we’re on our own…..SCHLEPPING. OOOHHHH, our favorite thing to do ...
... depending on the position of the sun. The 80 arches on the ground level were numbered, except for entrances which were reserved for the emperor. The arena had a staging area below the floor. Slaves were used to run the pulleys that raised and lower animals and people through trap doors.
Spectators were given passes made of stone which indicated an assigned seat in a particular section and even the route to the seat. Although the entrance ...
... Got a sandwich on the last flight.had a magnum bar in terminal. Also bought a Christmas ornament of Coliseum in Rome. On next flight which is going to be 10 hours and five minutes t get to Vancouver. On this flight we have 2meals lunch and dinner . Watching Pompeii.Landed with luggage at 5:05 pm. In our door by 6:45 pm. Glad to be home after a great ...
... It was just the shot of energy we all needed. We then headed toward Trevi Fountain to catch the metro back to the B&B. Jake and I decided that for our last dinner in Rome to go all out. We went to an Enoteca that has been in Rome for overt 200 years down by the Spanish Steps. We decided the kids needed to experience a real Italian dinner. While it was quite pricy, everyone had at least two courses. I started off with an Alfredo pasta then had a ...