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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... few hours, read a few plaques and information but all in all, rather disappointing. We then headed to the ruins of the Palentine which is absolutely huge. It is a castle and town around it sitting on top of a hill. The Romans really are trying to preserve these ruins for generations to come to enjoy so hats off to them. Lots of marble columns, mosaic floors and fountains. It is crazy to think we were walking around ruins that are over two thousand years ...
... to see the Trevi Fountain, but disappointingly it is being restored. It is covered in scaffolding, and there's no water in what little we could see of the fountain. It's funny, it seems like so much of Europe is under restoration at the moment lol! But it was one of the best days of the trip, learning about the Roman history in the tour and getting to explore the streets of Rome in the afternoon. Did I mention their gelato is ...
... fathers and are huge names in the Byzantine rite.
As we were about to leave Saint Peter’s, we wanted to go take one last look at the high altar in the middle. As we were finishing up taking our last look, we rounded a large column and there was a group of people going down a staircase. We decided to just follow and see where the staircase went and we ended up in the crypt with the popes and the relics of Saint Peter. It was so cool to just have stumbled ...
... annual occasion being my birthday, but I must confess I was suckered into slamming a shot of Absinth with Gauri, Ann’s friend. Four days later and I still feel the burn in my throat. To beats of Bollywood Disco and Mainstream Commercial, Kollywood crass and Pop-Rock we killed it until 8 pm when we were politely asked to leave the premises. Well, I must also confess 'we’ excluded me; I showed any sign of movement only when the DJ played ‘Tub ...
...it pours. A couple of rainy weeks here in Italy have left me indoors quite a bit, but when it stops raining so hard that it goes through my umbrella (seriously there is waterproof, and then there is Rome waterproof) I make some time to explore. This weekend I got to see the Baths of Diocletian which has been made into a church and that inspired a ...