Mercure Roma West
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... bad but didn't go in to buy.. Did buy a scarf from a street vendor after much haggling. Bruno was proud of me, but I'm sure he still diddled me! Returned and had lunch at a small trattoria near hotel - very pleasant and good food. Found the hotel we stay in when we come back -just around the corner, so will probably eat there again. Tonight we had our welcome dinner in a ...
... wasn't mind blowing. Next to it was the Chiesa Cattolica SS. Nome di Maria. It was very similar to S. Maria di Loreto, so after a quick look around we continued on our way. We took a detour for lunch at a gluten free pizza place. The pizza was alright and wasn't anywhere near as good as what I'd tasted in Turin. If we go back I'll probably try their pasta, hoping for something better. We took a multimedia tour of St. Peter's Prison, which taught me a lot about St. Peter but ...
Our hotel is so beautiful and the staff are lovely. Buffett breaky to get us going then we headed out to get the tour bus takes us all around the city to the sights. Beautiful weather today 32degrees. After seeing all the major stops we got off the bus and head for the Trevi Fountain. lots of people around but not too crowded we missed the peak season which ...
... beer and wouldn't consider having any of my fruit. After our lunch stop we were back on the bus by 1pm and arrived in Rome at the Aran Park Hotel, just after 3pm. The hotel was much nicer than the previous hotel we stayed at so this made us feel better instantly. The air-conditioning was wonderful as it was very hot outside. When we arrived in the lobby we were treated to a nice cool red orange drink before heading up to our rooms. We relaxed in our room for about an ...
... steps of the old Villas of Palatine until we reached the top garden, which commanded a scenic view of the all of Ancient Rome. Just a short walk away from the Forum are the Baths of Caracalla. We bought a ticket to a terrible exhibit the day before at the Via Appia Antica and thought it was a waste of money, but after walking through the baths it turned out to be worth it. There were only walls left of the once huge halls ...