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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... ahead, because when we are going to bed, you guys are probably about ready to eat lunch; and when we wake up, you guys are just going to bed! I keep thinking that we are in the future! Right now I am in the hotel about ready to go to bed, and we had a long and tiring day. We first learned the Metro system. We also took the bus around the city to get our bearings, relax and enjoy it. We learned that there are many pickpockets so we had to keep a close ...
... for divorce), the pantheon, and the Navona Piazza. There was a lot of artists in the square selling their goods. Free time for dinner. Mum, Dad, Alan Lorna & I found a resteraunt off the piazza (the food is expensive and not as good on the square according to Anna). Typical Italian food. Mum had pasta with tomato and beef, dad ...
... a stroll through the markets.
Next stop was Castel San Angelo which was an interesting look at the papal rooms and secret passageways.
Then the Vatican. Awesome! This time we climbed to the cupola(Dome) of St Peters which took us up 551 steps to the very top. It had narrow, narrow steps that spiralled upwards and the passageway was only body width and the steepest staircase right at the top. It was an awesome sight. ...
... got him me, the Schianos came up and we had cake for my birthday ;@) Here's info from Frommers on the Castellini Romani area: For the Roman emperor and the wealthy cardinal in the heyday of the Renaissance, the Castelli Romani (Roman Castles) exerted a powerful lure, and they still do. The Castelli aren't castles, but hill towns -- many of them with an ancient history and several producing well-regarded wines. The ideal way to explore the hill towns is by car. But you can get ...
... kick in and all is well). We Joined some tour of the Pantheon (actually didn't go inside until the last 10 minutes of the tour) and went the St Peters Basillica (No wonder the Catholic Church is not in Dire Straits...it charges admission 7euro per person and if you do the math...need I say more). The Pantheon is pretty sweet and was well worth the hassle (we got in and the sun was shiny through directly onto one of the paintings...pure brilliance). Our you ...