Hotel Shangri La Corsetti
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Other notable 17th-century baroque palaces are the Palazzo Madama, now the seat of the Italian Senate and the Palazzo Montecitorio, now the seat of the Chamber of Deputies of Italy.
... t have anything stolen from us, but watched these young girls (12 to 18) some of which carrying babies bum rush people as they get onto the crowded subway cars. The police are there and try to monitor, but they are quick! We stopped at the Fontana del Tritone created by the famous sculptor Bernini in 1642-43. The first of many amazing fountains we will soon see. Legend says that any visitor who tosses a coin in while facing away from the fountain is guaranteed ...
... go back to the food counter and madly wave your docket and finally someone will take it and give you your panino. More often than not they are at opposite ends of the shop. Tomorrow is May Day and everything will be shut so Joey has rearranged everything and our visit to the Colosseum was this afternoon. We first met our guide (H)illaria and she took us through the Forum. Andrew loved it and wanted to spend more time in there ...
... Maria della Rotonda." The square in front of the Pantheon is called Piazza della Rotonda. The Pantheon is one of Rome’s most famous buildings, and its dome and columns have been inspiring architects for centuries. The original temple, commissioned in 27BC by Marcus Agrippa, after the Battle of Actium, was destroyed in an earthquake. In 126 AD Emperor Hadrian commissioned a new temple dedicated to “pan theos” – all the gods. The temple was restored by ...
Are three days enough to see Rome? Most certainly not. But you can have the most amazing long weekend, with great food, wine, sightseeing and long walks around the ancient city.
This was not my first time in Rome, but it did have a lot of firsts: