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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... In fact I can’t recall a tenth of the information that were we provided on the tour as Roman history is so very extensive and I got lost with who built what for what reason or to honour whom. Whilst I retained barely anything it was still great to listen to for the simple purpose of reiterating how very old the city and history is. The kids however were pretty bored with it all but thankfully they like riding, so that was enough to keep them ...
... spent fifty years from 1626 in working on embellishments to the inside, especially the throne of St. Peters, which is the focus of the apse, and the strangely beautiful baldacchino which acts as a canopy fot the high altar. The baldacchino seems almost too bulky, with its four columns of twisted bronze modelled after similar columns in the Temple of Jerusalem. In reality a bulky baldacchino was needed to fill the huge empty space under the central ...
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I could tell you how the cobbles of Rome city left me shaken not stirred. I could tell you how many extra doses of painkillers for my spine I had to take.
Every wheelchair or scooter user is different BUT I managed 10 days getting around this city where lots of things are friendly to the wheelchair and scooter and FREE and it showed us that the adverts claiming that certain websites could reduce the cost ...
... expression of the new wealthy classes. Pope Lucius II had already to fight against the roman commune, and the struggle was continued by his successor pope Eugenius III: then the commune, allied with the nobility, was supported by Arnaldo ...
... off dinner, we strolled back towards the Tiber and Castel Sant'Angelo to see them lit at night and ended up walking all the way back to St. Peters. It was so quiet and peaceful without the crowds and beautiful lit up at night. We were in bed by 10 and fell fast sleep but it seems our bodies were reluctant to adjust to Roman time and we woke 2 hours later, tossing and turning the rest of the night. (Guess we were on nap ...