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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... station, there is no sign of where you might head to get there, we took the line of least resistance and followed others, hoping they werent just on their way to mass.
Turns out Seniors get in free !! Hoorah !! Score !!
We couldve spent the whole day there, it was so engrossing. Of course the bathrooms had to be found and used again. I discovered mine was the only cubicle w paper, having sprinted through the others shoving my hand into empty ...
... used to be a temple but is now a church.
From there I wandered over to the Piazza Norvona which is a big space built on top of an ancient first century stadium. You may not be surprised to learn that there is a Bernini fountain and a large church there. There are also lots of restaurants! I spent a quarter of an hour watching a young guy doing some street theatre. He did so well working the crowd that I was happy to make a small donation to reward his ...
... The catacombs were vandalised in 800s and relics of saints and martyrs were moved to churches in Rome. The catacombs have been excavated recently and no bones remain. We then took a walk along the Appian Way - the original road tread by chariots and armies hundreds of years ago on their way south or returning victorious from battle. A open bus trip then took us back to the hotel ready to join our ...
A few images - words later The Collosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine were amazing- the sheer scale of even the ruins of Caesar's palaces, amphitheatres, temples and statues are mind-blowing. The boys loved it all and no complaints until the very end of the day of aching legs and sore feet (and that was mainly me!). We love d the Lonely Planet advice to buy our ticket at the Palatine so sailed past queues when we got to ...
... stacked elbow to elbow on long tables, other patrons in queue awaiting their turns. A sign of good food perhaps?
The answer is a resounding Si! I had the cannelloni (one of their specialties), she had the fettuccine ala funghi porcini. The portions were a nice size, large enough to satisfy our hunger pangs and not overly heavy to bog us down. Tasty throughout. Jenessa also had their seasonal veges- a dish closely resembling boiled spinach- but found it not to her liking ...