Idea Hotel Roma Z3
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... a very convenient place to stay and for the third time in my life provided an opportunity to visit some of the many historical sites, attend the Wednesday Angelus conducted by the Pope from high above the huge crowds gathered in the Piazza; visit the former Marist Scholasticate in Via cernia ( not far from Rome's main train station) which is now known as Domus Australia; stand in awe before the greatest sculpture ever created by a man, the Pieta which depicts ...
... the items found there. We spent a lot of time walking up and down the viewing platforms, straining to see the details in the toppled columns, trying to pick out what artifacts were strewn about the old city centre, guessing at what everyday life was like.
A spray paint street artist finally drew our attention away from the ancient ruins and we watched her create a couple of paintings on the sidewalk before moving on again.
Next we viewed the famous ...
... crawling and we couldn't see much of the steps in all honesty. The street we walked up to get to the steps, and the surrounding streets, were full of designers and were very pretty with huge flower pots hanging every few metres. We climbed to the top to see if there was any cool views but that was about it. By this time the sun was back out so we sat on them for a few minutes just to say we had and the rest of the day we just walked around and took in the streets. We strolled ...
... the little bungalow we had hired, may I add it was almost two hours late and the staff were compete twits , thus not helping my already very tentative feelings towards this nation! We got ourselves in order and headed for the city that we had all been itching to see since this trip was planned. Did it meet all expectations? Did we get ripped off at every restaurant we dined at? Were the people rude? Was the ice cream as good as everyone says? Did we enjoy it as much as we thought ...
... Europe with road side dining, small shops, old fashioned ice cream shops, kids on bike, an occasional car finding its way through the narrow corridors, the loud Italian voices full of life all around and all this illuminated by yellow dim road lamps. On the way Neil came across a niche home made ice cream shop. He enjoyed a wonderful mint ice cream there. When we reached Piazza Navone, it was bustling with activity. The holiday mood was prevalent all around. There was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking