Hotel Giardino D'Europa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... see from the 1st century and later. Next we discovered the Complessa Monumentale di San Lorenzo Maggiore, a late 13th century basilica. But, more important than the church, beneath it lies the remains of a Roman city, complete with shops, a temple and other constructions from the first and second centuries B.C . We found four floors above full of finds from the dig below as well as art ...
... It is a hard road finding the half way decent photo.
The big disappointment for me was the Trevi Fountain, which is undergoing a 2 million euro facelift, and has been for the last 12 months. Well all I can say is "Nobody told meee"
The bits where the scaffolding has been removed look amazing so when it is finished it will be once again a stunning sculptural masterpiece. The pride of Rome..
... were the pools and arcades in settings that gave the Borgias the inspiration to use water engineering for fountains and irrigation in their Tivoli gardens of the 17 th C. We took Ray and Kaye to S M d Angeli e Martiri designed by Michelangelo to fit inside the ruins of Diocletan's baths, rested with an aperol spritz in the Repubblica cloisters, and came home for the canasta ...
... the territory of Italy only by a white line along the limit of the square, where it borders Piazza Pio XII. St. Peter's Square is reached through the Via della Conciliazione, which runs from the Tiber River to St. Peter's. This grand approach was ...
... the structures take the shape of the old stadium. Then Claudio took us to see Michelangelo's "Moses" which was in St. Peter's In Chains Basilica. An unreal work of art which he did when he was 65 years old. Truly amazing and considered his best work. Then off to the Vatican. The line to get in reaches a mile long and the streets were crowded with people. Claudio had our entrance already arranged and we went straight in. It is quite amazing the riches ...