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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... largest train terminal in the city, we walked to the Friary where Father lives and where we would be staying for the night.
Along the way we crossed through the Piazza Republic and stopped in to see the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore. We marveled at the incredible size of the church and the statues we saw. Fr. Ben laughed and said we hadn't seen anything yet. It was a beautiful building and the pipe organ was almost beyond belief.
... Piazza Navona. Unfortunatley a couple of them were under repair so you couldn't see them as well but we got the idea. The next morning we did a tour of the Vatican including St. Peters Basilica and square and the Sistene Chapel. The artwork in the museme and churches is magnificent and the size of the st. Peter's basilica and the over the top and grand decoration inside was great to see first ...
Today is our last day in Italy. The weeks have just flown past. As we had seen everything on our list we decided to catch the underground metro to Flaminio station that is near the Vatican city. From there we walked thinking that anything we saw from here on was a bonus. As I have said before, around every corner is something amazing. We went in to a small Cathedral and as it was Sunday a service was on. We stayed at the back and there was the most ...
... entertained by the public, desperately trying to find a dry spot. The only people happy were the Asian guys selling brollies and capes - we eventually succumbed and Judy did a deal for two. After the storm we entered the Coliseum, and marvelled at the architecture and ingenuity of the Romans. We then went on to the Forum and the remains of a considerable part of the ancient city until the sun began to go down. We left and ...
... We walked past some extravagant churches and a few Federal Buildings dating back to emperor times. They had several obelisks with hieroglyphics on them, I am looking up what all those were, but that was cool to see. We walked around the city for a bit, but it's overwhelming with all the people here. We made our way back to the room via metro and as we got close we hit up a ...