Mercure Roma West
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... at Rome Fiumcino airport. Oh joy. Thankfully, after a couple of hours sheer panic (including time spent in the apartment stairwell as this was the only place one could use the bloody wi-fi it seemed), we managed to get ourselves on a flight the following day and booked another night in another hotel in Rome we couldn’t even remember the name of!
Of all the places to end up stranded, I guess there could be worse places I ...
... And then again when the basilica was rebuilt they kept the layout the same. St. Peter's is within Vatican City. Vatican City is a city within Rome. It is "the headquarter" of the Catholic Church. The pope actually lives in Vatican City and his home is there because of St. Peter's. Peter is considered the first Pope and because of this the pope lives in Vatican City near St. Peter's where he was laid to rest. St. Peter's is ...
... and fish roe. The guys on either side of us both got the octopus, served whole. We enjoyed reading some of the Reviews from the Clueless online before we went. It's really funny to read about people who think cuddlefish is disgusting and then they order cuddlefish and complain about how much they don't like it. It was a good thing that we stuck close to home as a rainstorm moved in soon after we returned to the hotel. Tomorrow: a day trip to ...
... his family. It then transformed into a site for the Popes prior to the Vatican, and eventually transitioned into a site connected to the Vatican with a special walking path over the city's barrier wall. It was incredible to see how well engineered this site was with specific alignment of windows to each cardinal direction, a mote for protection, a chamber for prisoners, signs of an elevator for the popes exist, and even special 'trap doors' to easily remove an unwelcome guest. The ...
... section and this adorable Italian mother practically adopted me once she figured out that I am from the United States. She does not speak a word of English but she keeps force feeding me, insists on putting sunscreen on me every half hour, and constantly makes sure that I am drinking enough water. I am so grateful to have her with me because Rome has been making me feel a little homesick. It is amazing how even with not being able to say a single word to one another, ...