Green Park Hotel Pamphili
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... the barbarians in the 5th century that the mausoleum was raided, however. Later still, at the end of the 6th century, Rome was gripped by a terrible plague and the population was at an all time low. Pope Gregory prayed for a miracle to end the plague and it is said that the Archangel Michael appeared above the Castel and the plague was ended. That is how it got its modern name and why it is graced with an angel at the top. It was increasingly used as a fortress and was ...
... catacombs, the majority of bodies and tombs were missing and vandalized. Archeologists renovated some of the tombs by adding bricks to preserve the empty tombs. When King Nero reigned, it was illegal to practice Christianity and punishable by death. A marble altar with stone pillars was built In the catacombs to secretly celebrate mass. A pope gave mass in the catacombs and was beheaded and buried in an area in the catacombs where the popes ...
... on the square for dinner. I love the outdoor seating they have here. An opportune time to chill and people watch. Unfortunately it also means potentially smelling cigarette smoke while you eat but sometimes you can get lucky and have the smoke being blown away from you. Dinner is good – risotto and a simple rocket salad but the flavours all worked so well together.
We walk home a little tired from all the walking and the heat during the day but are stunned by the beauty of ...
... was predictably short and sharp. It always is with any guide and I am continually astounded how such a rapidly formed and intense, but short relationship can end so abruptly. Mohamed looked embarrassed with our thanks. And we truly wished him well. Although he had very much been his own person, Mohamed was able to provide us with a wonderful tour, especially to the remote parts of the Moroccan Sahara which he so dearly loved and about which ...
... to pieces. My second thought was I wonder what it would have been like 2,000 years ago. The palatine hills were the palaces were the emperor would stay and also people high up on the government. My first impression we we got to the Spanish steps were why is this such an iconic place to visit when you are in Italy. The reason I say this because it just ...