Hotel Best Roma
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... the hotel. Lunch at a cute cafe quick coffee shot then back with the group to get the fast train to Florence. The train trip was so quick and smooth a big of rain along the way. The have a cafe on board I bought some fresh juice and coffee as I walked back the train moved and I spilt orange juice over an older lady. I did my best to apologies but she want impressed as it spilt all over her Gucci handbag ( hopefully it was a knockoff ...
... can't stand walking slow , it's a real problem for everyone behind me. Our airbnb in Rome is not the nicest place , it has about 100 cliff like stairs to the top, a musty smell about it,but it has Internet and a nice little terrace very close to the campo dei Fiore. A great Piazza filled with shops and restaurants, street merchants and lots of people! We arrived at about 2 and hit the streets. The first ...
... ready guessed, we did not go to the museum. It was sold out with no tickets available til next Sunday. So, the excitement for the day was listening to me (Mike) talk about bartering with a street vendor and paying one Euro less than Ed had paid for a book on ancient Rome. We then made our way back to the B&B ...
So after a long week of studying for exams, last 'girls night out', an Italy v Australia soccer game and general shena****ns we finally said goodbye to Macerata, our university and our residence. Not to mention our new Italian friends! Very sad to say goodbye to my Macerata family but excited for more travelling and also moving on from Italy. We arrived in Rome after not much sleep and a long bus ride to a tiny hostel near the Rome train station run my a Romanian man. There were 4 of ...
... know the first two were here, but was pleasantly surprised! There were also some mummies, frescoes of the entirety of Italy, a hallway that measured 1/4 of a mile, and even some contemporary art.
It goes without saying that the Sistine chapel was incredible. Ineffable, really. It was like greeting old friends or aquaintances, because so many of the images on the crowded surface were familiar. There were faces that I recognized, but never realized they were ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility