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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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As I stood there amongst old buildings and roads, game fields, homes, and tombs, I felt nervous just to reach out and touch them. Most everything was roped off, but on occasion there was an opportunity to reach out run my fingers along something centuries old. It felt so surreal to think that some of those structures have been there since before Christ.
I walked every inch of the Forum and then went up to what I thought was ...
... tour group throughout last week and we farewelled them at our hotel. The boys bought Martin (our guide) a bobble head of the pope and he teared up a little hahaha. Tomorrow we are going to a museum and then chilling out the rest of the day before we leave! Looking forwards to seeing you ...
... of Philip and James are located. We saw more wedding guests arriving at St. Cecilia's, the patroness of musicians, so we said a special prayer for Don and Meagan Flynn. Next to the altar there was a marble statue of St. Cecilia exactly as she was found (uncorrupted) in 1599 in the catacombs.
Our next church was a saint we had never heard of San Crisogono a martyr St. Chrysgonus. We saw a really hideous statue of him it looked like ...
... expensive and no sandwich options. Oh well.......not wrong, not right, just different. But instead of looking forward to lovely clean, quiet, ordered rest stops from now on, we know what to expect in Italy!!! Many Italian food places have a unique way of ordering. You look at the food and take note of the name, say Capri panino and then you go to the cassa (checkout) and put in your order and they give you a docket and ...
... amphitheatre to be erected from his general's share of the booty." This is thought to refer to the vast quantity of treasure seized by the Romans following their victory in the Great Jewish Revolt in 70 AD. The Colosseum can be thus interpreted as a great triumphal monument built in the Roman tradition of celebrating great victories, placating the Roman people instead of returning soldiers. Vespasian's decision to build the Colosseum on the site of Nero's lake can also be seen as ...