BEST WESTERN Hotel Roma Tor Vergata
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The letters correspond with different cycles - delicates, colors, bleach, etc - I stick to 40 degrees, D, which I'm fairly certain is delicate colors (online I saw that was the letter for another washing machine company and am crossing my fingers it works for here mine, too). The machine takes two hours to wash, and is SO loud! Afterwards everyone hang dries their laundry, which is a foreign and weird experience to me - especially ...
We took a Vatican tour with Claudia, a very knowledgeable art historian of unknown age. We guessed anywhere from 25 to 35. Charming, funny and was the topic of many a conversation. Kendric missed the meeting point and wandered, lost as the chirren of izrul. The next day he was still looking for Clow de ...
... they acquired later in the day, for medicinal purposes.
From Castroni's, we walked toward the Tiber River and the imposing fortress of Castel Sant' Angelo, originally built as a tomb for a Roman emperor, which dates back to the 2nd-century; and then we crossed the river via the ornately-decorated Ponte Sant' Angelo to reach the Centro Storico area to the south. Navigating the cobbled side-streets became more challenging than the tour guide anticipated, even with ...
And then we got a lunch break. I had some mediocre pizza (I went to a mediocre place though) and then we went to the COLOSSEUM.
Okay, yes. The Colosseum is literally the most cliche tourist site in probably the entire world, maybe tied with the Eiffel Tower. But while I can't tell you anything about the Eiffel Tower, the Colosseum lives up to the hype. It's INCREDIBLE and so much bigger than it looks in pictures. Our excellent tour guide was there ...
... reached up. Painting in this position for 18 hours a day for 5 years to complete his work. The process was said to be excruciatingly painful and at the end of this he was no longer able to fully flex his neck.
It was in this fashion he completed amazing works like the Creation of Man and the last judgement. Both forever on the roof of the Sistine chapel for all to admire. Michelangelo in fact hated what he was made to do and in spite he painted a message to ...