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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... San Paolo Fuori-le-Mura and San Maria Maggiore, which was across the road from Appian Line's Shopfront. Each church was magnificent, with marble and gold and artwork, but none as impressive as the fourth in the set, St Peter's. We learned about each church's main features, and in particular their jubilee doors. Jubilee means "joy" and every 25 yrs, the churches break down the walls that currently enclose these doors. All who then walk through these gates are forgiven. Dogma, ...
After breakfast at our hotel this morning, we went to visit one of the must-sees in Rome: The Vatican. Whether you come for the religion, the history, the art, or just the sheer magnitude of the sights, the world's tiniest country-within-a-country is not to be missed. Since we hadn't received a response to our request for a private papal audience (I'm sure it just got lost in the mail), we had to content ourselves with visiting the Vatican Museum and ...
We went to Castelini Romani area, just outside Rome in the oiler hills to celebrate my birthday. It was really nice as Brett had a groupon for dinner and room, then we also visited several little hillside town throughout the weekend. Many are tucked way surrounding lakes of the area and even the Pope visited the same weekend...I'm sure to celebrate my birthday with a few thousand other friends of mine too!! Friday we drove up to Frascati area and after ceck-in, we drove around to ...
... stairs were ascended by Jesus (in Jerusalem) on the day of his crucifixion and were later relocated to Rome by one of the previous Popes.
Of course when talking about churches in Rome, you cannot go past the Basilica of Saint Peter in Vatican City. We had walked past Saint Peter’s Square and the massive basilica a couple of times and noted the queue stretching literally hundreds of metres from the entrance. We decided to get there for opening time ...
We ventured out to the subway (the Flaminio stop) around lunchtime today with sopressata sandwiches wrapped up in my bag, and found it's really easy getting around on the Metropolitana -- the "Metro" for short. The ride costs 1 Euro each and the ticket is good for any travel within 75 minutes. Instead of buying a multi-day pass this time, however, we thought it would probably be more economical just to pay as we go (the Vaporetto ride ...