Hotel Residenza Santa Maria
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... then did a little shopping. Once 3:30 rolled around, we made our way to the Church only to find out the hunt had been rescheduled due to rain. Because everyone was wet and cold at this point, we headed back to campus and waited to leave for the dinner out that we had scheduled for the night. Around 6 we left for a special Italian "fast-food" dinner. It was delicious! We had about a million courses that consisted of roasted pork, ...
... She points out the Holy Door that is only used in Holy Years as well as the Piazza San Pietro that is used on Sundays, and for religious festivals and special occasions when the Pope blesses the crowd from a balcony.
It is now gently raining as we listen to her and our group is quite keen to get inside. As we move inside, the first impression is one of size. St Peter's is enormous and claims to be the second largest bascillica in the world with the ...
Our day started early - for some - well, one really!
Lynda was up & ready for some morning air & a walk. She headed off about 6am and walked to the Spanish Steps for a look. It was a little damp when she left but that did not deter her. After some gentle? exercise, up & down the steps, she headed back, ready to continue our adventure.
The rain started to get heavier as we wandered down Via Viminale to another local restaurant, looking ...
Left Venice today and made tracks for Rome.
Renee's colleague advised me to allow 1.5 hours to get from the hotel to the train station. I don't know how he managed to take so long because it took me half an hour maximum. This included walking from the hotel to the Rialto vaporetto stop and catching the vaporetto to the train station.
I love the fast trains - it's such a good way to travel and only took ...
... turned into a fortress before becoming a papal residence and then it was used as barracks and a military prison and long last now it is a national museum. From here we followed the Tiber River for a while before we turned off to Via del Corso and on to Piazza del Popolo well known for it's elegance. The main attraction on this square is the 23 metre high Egyptian obelisk that was built around 1300 BC and stood in ...