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"We can go to Italy and maybe see the Coliseum"
I spent two nights in Rome at Hostel Vacanza. It was ran by an Asian woman who also owned a restaurant four blocks away. Cost per night was 23€ and it was a comfortable stay. The only issue was that check in/out, breakfast, and free wifi was all at the restaurant. It wasn't really that …
... full of priceless fresco masterpieces. The Raphael Rooms, commonly known as the Stanze, were fully restored over the last few decades, and the results were phenomenal. The vibrancy of the colors is surreal. Seeing "The School of Athens" as in situ as it was meant to be seen? Unforgettable.
... more emotional with each rehearsal because everyone gets more convincing each time. After rehearsals, the entire group (around 80 of us) went out to dinner for a family style meal at a restaurant across the street. Everyone got dressed up, and it was nice to be somewhere other than the hotel basement, talking about something other than music, with everyone all at once. After dinner, Lauren, Teresa and I used the facemasks tht ...
... trek through was laughable. Only 3 out of the 7 had brought rain boots, and nobody an umbrella. My feet were soon drenched to the bone. This was not just soft dry powder, or slight rain, or even fragile flakes to dissipate upon landing. Slush covered the frozen ground, providing a continuous frigid sludge.
After many complaints, several stops, and some directions, St. Peter's Basilica was in sight. The pain was too much for two of the girls, who decided to get ...
... stopped in a deli and the owner offered us all a piece of meat. Next we headed to Piazza Navona with Bernini fountains and painters. Before we headed to the Pantheon, we stopped in a shop to try limoncello. From the outside of the Pantheon, it wasn’t so impressive just because it was under construction, but the inside was really beautiful. We spent some time in there and then decided to go walk toward ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAssisi Hotel Rome
It says hotel, but this is a hostel at hostel prices. The lady that owns it is Asian and very nice. She owns a restaurant too, so you check in at the restaurant that is 2-3 blocks away from the actual hostel. The walking wasn't too big of a deal, but Wi-Fi was only at the restaurant. Breakfast was good. Great location from train station.
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