Idea Hotel Roma Z3
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... of Loyola University Chicago and Temple University Rome, a campus of Temple University. The Roman Colleges are several seminaries for students from foreign countries studying for the priesthood at the Pontifical ...
Today was a slightly later start, & just a short excursion (about 4 hours). It was actually quite entertaining sitting on the balcony & watching the chaos below as the greater percentage of the passengers were trying to get to Rome (& back) today. This meant a minimum 1 hour drive into & out of Rome, let alone visiting the tourist sites as well. There were buses, buses and buses plus at one stage we counted about 28 private hire car drivers as well... By the time ...
... Christ the Saviour". It's the oldest and most important church and has a chequered history starting 311-314 under Pope Melchiade. It was pillaged under a couple of attacks, then an earthquake of 896 caused major damage which was again re-built. After this there were fires in 1308 and again in 1361 - no wonder the Pope of the time moved to St Peters, which was already established. ...
Today left Athens and flew to Rome. After getting to our hotel rooms we went on a tour of the amazing city of Rome. Our tour guide first took us to the Colosseum and told us the history of the theatre. The girls in the group were just excited to see the place where Lizzie McGuire and Paolo sang in The Lizzie McGuire Movie. Besides that there were many shows, gladiator fights, & executions that took place within the walls of the Colosseum.The intricate maze at the bas was used ...
... photos were not
permitted in the chapel.
next door is St Peter's Basilica – overwhelmingly impressive. It
can take 67,000 people standing, has amazing sculptures and two dead
popes on display in crystal cases! We arrived in brilliant hot
sunshine but the rain started as we left so our view leaving Rome was
a little marred but the weather improved again as we travelled. We
repeated the road back ...