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... waltzed through very easily. I don’t really know how to describe our impressions of St Peter’s. It is quite possibly the most incredible, elaborate and awe-inspiring building on earth. Pretty great way to start the morning really. Then we headed up the dome, and Dave appreciated for the first time how MASSIVE Rome is, it’s certainly impressive spread out underneath you like that!
Next stop was just down the road at ...
... enjoyed Italian food and wine. 'Prego’ became my favourite word- which can basically mean anything from my understanding! We walked so many miles in Rome- our hotel was located in Via Nationale and was so central to everything. I loved seeing all the landmarks I had seen pictures of, such as the Trevi Fountain and the Colosseum.Wow!
I am so grateful that I have had this amazing experience...
... So always look on the bright side of death! Just before you draw your terminal breath. Around 6:30pm, Shannon and I headed over to the shops in order to get dinner. On return with our cordon bleu in hand, I heard the funniest thing, Total Eclipse of the Heart by Meat Loaf and Bonnie but sung in italian. Seriously, that song just hits something hilarious. We got back just in time for the Germans to show up again. Again, we didn't eat till 9:00pm, ...
... tour around Turkey, we received a few pins with the tour company logo name on them whereas I'd wished for a free trip! Ha, ha, ha!
In total, we were 34 people from all parts of the world such as a couple from Australia with their two teenage children, one from England and another one from Singapore. The rest of us came from the USA and Canada. I was quite pleased to know that we were a small group! In age, we ranged from around fifteen ...
... die. Her husband made up this story though so he can be with his lover who was married (he, consequently also killed his lover's husband!). It was very scandalous. The tour guide said that no trap door with razor blades and acid was ever found, but because he was the King and his Queen was dead, his story held true!
After the beautiful tour of the castle (which I will be getting married at by the way --once i find an italian husband ;))... We went down ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hiberia Hotel Rome
Just returned from 2 nights in this hotel. One front desk man was very rude and not very helpful. The only good thing is the location. Small baths, water leaked all over the floor. No view but quiet, nice buffet breakfast. No help with the luggage. Look elsewhere there are a lot nicer hotels in the area.
Hiberia is the perfect spot for your trip to Che Bella Roma! We arrived at Hiberia 11-21-03 for a 5 day stay. No problema! Everyone was very helpful, we had a great continental breakfast every morning with plenty for everyone. Walk out the front door and to the left is the Quirnale Palace and to your right you are just 3 blks. from Piazza Venezia and many historic Roman sights. You are smack in between 2 of the greatest shopping areas in Rome, Via Nazionale & the Via Del Corso. I found the hotel quite comfortable and very clean. In my opinion I would defintely stay again at Hotel Hiberia. They set up a wonderful tour for us to the Tivoli area and we were picked up right at the front door. Just be aware that Rome traffic can be very noisy no matter where you stay!
My wife and I spent 5 days in Rome at the Hotel Hiberia. We were finishing our honeymoon in Rome. I must say we were extremely disappointed with this hotel. The staff was rude and unwilling to accomodate us. We had no help with our luggage the day we left for the airport. Our room smelt as if there was a sewage leak in our room and our floor. The room was incredibly small and there was no bath tub.
We spent 3 days at the Hiberia in May 2003. The hotel is extremely quiet, tastefully appointed and located in a very historic section of Rome. We hardly ever saw anyone else, the breakfast was very satisfying, the staff was professional. Also, there is a wonderful and friendly snackbar/cafe across the street called Quirinale. We would absolutely stay there again.