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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... out the exit. Finding the 4 cabs waiting at the exit already snatched up, we go to plan B for our return to our apartment, the bus. The only thing was to find the right bus stop on the opposite side of the street where our bus would come by...and all before the buses stop running for the night as it is now almost midnight. We cross the street and walk along until we find the right stop, first step completed. Now we cross our fingers that a bus will come by soon! After ...
... ancient Roman gate, but one from the 19thC. Came back past the Piazza della Repubblica which we remembered from last time we were here. It is circular with fancy shops on one side, posh hotels around it, a fountain in the middle, and traffic chaos. Tuesday 28th October Firstly we headed to the National Roman Museum that was closed yesterday to see the collection of statues, frescoes and mosaics. These have been unearthed from various sites across Rome, ...
... to get in. I guess it is like a museum.. but goodness!
I kept saying I wish we had bought a tour so we would learn what we were looking at... so Dan pushed me towards a tour group and had me listen into them.. We be real cheapos!
It was a real highlight to be inside the building. Very cool experience. Imagining how packed they filled this stadium to kill animals and people. They used the experience to gain popularity for political figures ...
... services that are normally reliable and a stress free way of getting around. With our two suitcases, two backpacks and two heavy coats we boarded the "regionale", found that it was almost empty, dumped our belongings across several seats and settled down for a brief journey to our accommodation and a well deserved glass of vino. We even had a very friendly local couple offer to give us a signal as we neared ...
... wine, and delicious home cooking. What a difficult compromise. The area is home to a huge number of operatic productions and inspiration for many a poet, Shakespeare among them (Romeo and 'Giuliette' anyone?), and a little to the south east of Milan one may also find the home of Antonio Stradivari, one of the the main creative influences behind many of the greatest violin makers of the last 400 years and creator of stunning violins that sell of millions of dollars today, ...