- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We are now at a slower pace having ventured to the must see sights of The Vatican, Ancient Ruins and the Colosseum. Bridget and I enjoyed our two night stay in the hotel and relaxed with late night movie watching and consequently lazy morning starts. Our "home" being in the central district of the historic part of the city is home to alleyways full of shops encouraging the likes of us to part with our euros. And so we did, by snapping up five pairs of boots across three ...
... I think our group was maybe 25 people or so, so it was hard to gather around the displays and see everything - as you are also mixing in with the people not in groups, and overlapped with OTHER tour groups. I also had a bit of a hard time understanding the guide. His English was about 80%, with a lot of 'ummms' and 'ahhhhs' in the conversation, as he tried to find the proper word. Now, I don't want to be the 'ugly' tourist, but if they are ...
... one gigantic David Jones food court, only a million times better. Open every day until midnight, they have everything and anything you could think of, and more!! Fresh ingredients to take home and cook yourself (fruit and veg, seafood, cured meats and cheeses, pasta, bakery, beer, wine, tinned and packet goods - all the best Italian brands as well as brands from all over the world). Can't be bothered cooking yourself? Choose from one of the many bars or sit out on their balcony and ...
... we will walk to whatever we are seeing that day while she talks about it a little more. Other days we will just meet somewhere and the entire class will be the field lecture/tour.
Today was also my friend/roommate Hannah's 21st birthday. She told everyone if they wanted to meet us at a restaurant called Miscellanea which is right next to the Pantheon. We ended up with atleast 30 ...
... think this one building is nearly 2000 years old is amazing. In America, we tear down a building after 50 years to build something newer. In Ancient Rome, they built it to last.
St. Peter's Basilica and St. Peter's Square, known as what makes up "The Vatican", were surreal. It was awesome to finally see what has been at the center of such a massive institution, The Catholic Church, for centuries. It is cool to think that it is considered its own ...