Grand Hotel del Gianicolo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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There were so many great pictures that my friends and I took in Rome, so I wanted to make sure everyone saw them because 1) we are beautiful and 2) so is Rome.
... across the street.
Our guide was from VinoRoma (name escapes me?) He hailed from Arizona but had been living over in Rome for about 6 years, had passed the test to become a Sommelier and was generally knowledgeable about food, wine, and history of Rome. We were joined by Mike and Cathy from southern California. We started with a (second) breakfast which was a quick espresso and a pastry. There was a conversation about coffee and of course ...
... Pope Francis appeared at a window to the right of the square. He spoke for about half an hour and gave us all a blessing and asked for us to pray for him as well. It was another emotional day for me. A day that I will never forget! Our visit to Rome has been a very memorable one. Lots of walking, train rides, being hassled by street sellers, eating gelati...where do I stop!! I loved every minute and hope to bring David here one day... I think all my photos have stirred something inside ...
... break. After the Vatican museum we did some souvenir looking then made our way out to the pantheon. Another impressive building inside and out! After a look around it was time to go back as we were exhausted! We got talking to two Canadians in our room and after a while James had realised he had been bitten all over from sitting on his bed! So up to reception to let them know about bed bugs!! Change of sheets and blankets and we can only hope for the ...
... to the Palentine Hill and the lines should be shorter there. They are and they get even shorter when a Japanese tour group of teenagers gets out of line when their bus shows up. The line starts clapping and at first the kids are confused, then they realize the gesture is humorous and not offending. Even though the ticket includes Palentine Hill and the entrance is right in front of us we decide to walk back to the Colosseum and see it first. I would hate to ...