How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
Photos of Hotel Cinquantatre
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Cinquantatre Rome
Travel Blogs from Rome
... radiation doses received by the public. Stanford University professor Mark Z. Jacobson and his colleague John Ten Hoeve suggest that according to the linear no-threshold model (LNT model) the accident is most likely to cause an eventual total of 130 cancer deaths.
Radiation epidemiologist Roy Shore contends that estimating health effects in a population from the LNT model "is not wise because of the uncertainties".
The LNT model did ...
... pavements. We were close to the Spanish Steps. More about that in the next entry.
Got back to the Termini to get the bus home. Couldn't find it so we decided to get a cab. This is where it all started to go wrong. Cabbie set off and then told us that it was very busy so it would cost 35 Euros. Told him no way, it is only a 15 Euro ride at the most, and got out. Finally ...
... have been huge all morning so we grab a frappe and head back at 1pm when they are much smaller. We are covered up and it is probably 27 degrees outside. The Vatican Museum was huge. I don't really know what I am looking at and am not a fan of tapestries or sculptures. However I loved stumbling across a mummy! The designs on all of the roofs of the museum were amazing. The finale is the Sistine Chapel home to ...
... in the flayed skin of St Bartholomew, below Jesus. That flayed skin was seriously disturbing. I guess Michelangelo was pretty tired out towards his end of the 25 years he took painting the ceiling. It would have had bee absolute agony being on his back all the time way up there painting that. I really should learn how to spend time absorbing the masterpiece rather than snapping away pictures.
We then went inside the St. Peter’s Basilica. In this Basilica is ...
... Business class because I just couldn't face sitting in those cramped economy seats for hours and hours. Plus, it was only a one-way flight (cruising back!) so the cost was manageable. First leg: Sacramento (thank you, Karen and Jonathan, for the ride to the airport!), to Salt Lake City. Just over an hour. The Business class seat was wonderful—wide and leather and lots of space between people!! Being one of the first to board was cool ...