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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVera Gould's B&B Churchill
The hotel is perfectly located, is so close to the Vatican so you will get amazing views of St Peters at night. The breakfast room is stunning with its painted walls and ceiling. Definitely recommend staying here.
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Today is our last day in Rome. We had a slow morning so that we could recover from all the walking yesterday and set off just before lunch. We had decided to use our hop on hop off tickets again and to go to the St Peter's Basilica stop to walk to Castel Sant Angelo. It turned out that the Castel was a lot closer to the stop than the Basilica although the tour guide on the bus never even mentioned it. The Castel was originally a mausoleum for Emperor Hadrian but, during ...
... pass this building every day and never thought much of it. Check out the lack of security. Anti-Ramming Bollards etc etc. Should have noticed the Frog Flag.
Max waxed lyrical about the inside which no damn good as its an embassy and we couldn't get in.
Then it was back to Campo di Fiori. There was a statue of this Dude Giovani someone who had a brain like a planet. Being so intelligent, he ****** ...
... first day was spent just walking around. We visited the Largo di Torre Argentina. This is a wide square featuring the ancient remains of four temples. They were discovered in 1926 when some old buildings were cleared for a new project. Instead they unearthed the remains of Pompeys theatre and four temples. Classicists among you will know that the steps of Pompeys Theatre is where Julius Caesar was done in with the famous words "Infamy, infamy, they've all got ...
... top of them and didn't realise for awhile where the actual steps were. While mucking around at the top we got convinced to get a caricature of ourselves which turned out pretty well. There will be a grand unveiling one day. Trained across to the Vatican City, had a snoop around before grabbing some food and heading back to the hotel for a much deserved rest. Our fingers are crossed that there will be no steps to go up or down tomorrow, we climbed thousands ...
... constructed and artistically presented (yet ready to take away, if you were so inclined--we sat there and watched locals come and go and watched them making these sandwiches so intentionally--there was no plopping of ingredients nor haphazardly smacking lettuce on the sandwich). Paul couldn't stop talking about the sandwich for the next two hours.
So, after a little shopping, we headed to meet our friend and tour the ...