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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Rome
... and walked through the Palentino ruins and the roman forum. This was where the old city used to be. It was a fantastic day and the sun was shining. It was about 14deg and we could just about take our **********. It was beautiful! We walked amongst the ruins and the up to the Main Street. We walked past some very grand buildings before heading towards the Trevi Fountain. After perusing the shops we eventually came to the fountain and ...
... all the local restaurants. Now that has to be a dying art!
We flopped at home for a couple of hours, relaxing with a Kahlua for me and the last Croatian beer for Phil.
On our stroll to dinner there was a person making huge bubbles in our local square and the little kids were besides themselves with excitement trying to catch one.
Before going to dinner we had a chat with our Chloe girl to hear about her adventure of skydiving from a helicopter in ...
... look at your ticket and sometimes they don't. The officer never even looked at my photo. He was busy talking about the pasta he was going to eat with pretty officer next to him. The security check line in Rome went pretty fast and seemed efficient. Key word "seemed." I know the Italians are always complaining but this time seemed more. They are all mad that the government is corrupt ...
... fašade is impossible to miss, soaring high above every other building around, and topped with Leon Alberti Battista's ingenious red tiled dome. With a separate bell tower of it's very own, and baptistery across the square to match, it makes a great centre piece to such a city. I won't bore you all with the finer inventory of what one might find hidden here, but if you are into renaissance art and architecture then I warn you'd need an awful lot longer than an afternoon to ...
... guys the rest of the tour no problem but for the minute we didn't know what was happening he was obstinate to a fault trying to ring us for coin. Best way to deal with these guys - don't even respond, or if you do respond, I hate say it - BE RUDE! A polite 'no grazi' means they think you'll eventually break down if they force it on you!
Anyway after that little hiccup and a short 10 minute walk from the fountain through those wonderful Roman streets ...