Hotel Principe Torlonia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
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... giant statue of Nero (and the Sol) which was placed out the front of the theatre, called the Collosos. The theatre itself is an amphitheatre (or double theatre, making it elliptical) built by the emperor Vespasian, and by his successor and heir Titus. The theatre was built on the former lake belonging to the emperor Nero, who was overthrown in a coup d'etat by the Praetorian Guard due to his extravagances. It was built to host massive games, that were thrown for free ...
... the museum with our tickets. L had to take a couple work calls and I spent a long time looking at the plundered Middle Eastern loot. It seems kind of arrogant to continue to keep the stolen historic artifacts of other countries. Some of it was a close second to the artifacts we saw at the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations in Ankara. These rooms took us back to about 2500 BC, so we've now covered about 4,500 years and several languages in ...
... 8220;moveable ballast.” We were told to stay in view of the stern of our yacht which posed no particularly problem. Their furthest foray was to circumnavigate a very sleek yacht anchored nearby. They learned the motor vessel, “Enigma,”was flagged in Kingstown, The Bahamas. After sailing for approximately one hour and exhibiting their tacking and jibing skills to an untold number of spectators- possibly the two water sports crew, they ...
... t work out what's different but it's not nice. We were hoping for a few slices of salami and cheese like the other continental brekkies we've had but there weren't any on offer. After the strange breakfast we walked to the Trevi Fountain. Alex threw a coin into the fountain and made a wish to return to Rome, and to have a perfect holiday. From here we wandered on to Piazza did Spagna and the Spanish Steps. A bride and groom were ...
An avid traveler learns early on in their experiences that something almost always goes wrong when traveling. You learn to take it in stride and not let it effect the overall goal of a vacation. So when it just so happens that our first leg of the trip brought more bad than good news, we did our best to carry on. We did all arrive in Rome safely and on time so for that, we are thankful. We left Orlando Saturday afternoon 2 hours later than ...