NH Vittorio Veneto
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
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... here and erected using roles, pulleys and man power. Unfortunately the Trevi fountain was completely under construction and had been drained :( on our way home we stumbled upon Plazza Venetia with the enormous monument to the first king of Italy all lit up. Our first full day in Rome we walked across the river to Castle Saint Angelo, emperor Hadrian's mosoleum turned fortress. We saw great views of the city ...
... no real plan, but to find lunch . I think Mr Jet Lag was starting to settle in by now and we decided to go home. Very warm day, surprisingly the big C was very cool, now out and about it was very hot, but not Qld hot. Street vendors trying to sell ornaments, hats, water, pictures, we were smart and said no! Came to a statue with seats so sat there for a bit, slurped down some water and sat and listened to "buskers" a group of about half dozen folk playing ...
... called the Four Rivers Fountain, restaurants, street vendors and a church, called church of St. Agnes. We entered the church when there was mass so we stood at the back with others tourists and just observed the service and the interior...which was beautiful. Had my first gelato (coconut) as we continued our walking tour. We saw the outside of the Pantheon, which is massive. From there we walked to ...
Out early, coffee and cornet to at La Tazza d'Oro, Pantheon (standing up) Walked to Piazza Navona, cleared after canonisation Sunday More churches including a Carrivaggio crossed the Tiber at Ponte Umberto, passed the law courts and Castel Sant Angelou and on to St Peters (didn't stay, will visit at end of trip) Back over Ponte Vittorio ...
... of the holiest places in Rome. The original church was built in 324, commissioned by Emperor Constantine and built over the shrine marking the burial place of the martyred St Peter. St Peter, who has one of the Apostles and considered as the 1st pope, was crucified head-down (at his request, as he felt unworthy to die in the same manner as Christ). Many popes were buried in the basilica between the 4th and 15th centuries. During the years that the papal seat was located in ...