Idea Hotel Roma Nomentana
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... Rome, its around $140 au per night but its the closest hotel to all of the museums and attractions through Rome. As I got to the hotel it was absolutely beautiful it had a lovely view and stunning reviews it was perfect. I was almost upset that I wasn't in the room longer, although for a school group this adventure is ideal, being one of the cheapest places to stay in Rome itself!
... weekend in Rome with his Dad Alan from Beirut, lovely people. We waited and waited and waited to meet Milo the tour owner and our guide Francinda - we had arrived too early because we had no idea how long it would take us to get there.
After a briefing session about the tour the group headed to the tour company office and paid. It had been explained to us that the queues at the Vatican would be long and the only way to 'jump the queue' was ...
First day in Rome...It was James's B-day and we had a tour lined up to visit the Vatican museums. Notice the "s" in museum because there is more then 1 museum
there. Our tour brought us through many cool rooms - the tapestry room - designs by Raphael which were woven with gold, silver and silk threads - many taking 9 years to complete. Also the sculpture that Michelangelo derived all of his figures for the Sistine chapel was there - an old Greek statue. We learned that the ...
... a ticket for the next train to take us to La Guistinina, after getting on the wrong one we were on our way to the campsite. At the station we caught the shuttle to Seven Hills village. On arrival realised we had booked the wrong nights - luckily they were able to change it.
We had a little cabin under the trees which was nice - very small but cosy. nice to have a bed instead of the tent.
Unfortunately Contiki groups stay at seven hills so I was ...
... Flaminio Village. Facilities are 5 star and it is actually closer to the city. So we set up camp and jumped on the train. After 10 mins we were in the middle of Rome. Such an amazing city.
It was quite bustling with people, but we managed to get round on foot checking out the sites. A cheeky prosecco in a little Italiano wine bar before back to camp for dinner.
So an active but good ...