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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Hot tub
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... was really the quintessential European apartment. What cracked me up the most was the set of Italian coffee makers on the stove. Antonella promptly made coffee in the smaller of the two and we sat down to chat. I love being able to stay with locals when I travel. It makes for a much more authentic and intimate experience than staying in a hotel - not to mention the fact that I didn't have to wait for a late-afternoon check in. I settled in, took a shower and was ready for ...
... then we made our way upstairs to the inside of the colosseum. The atmosphere was awe-inspiring despite the rain. Our group huddled in one of the enclaves and we heard a story about how the gladiator fights were mostly rigged so few slaves died and the lions overfed so they don’t aggressively pursue the fighters. (I feel like society and movies have been lying to me!) We also learned that they used living human criminals as torches to light up the fights at night it created such ...
... Two buses to get back to the hotel. Rome is so dirty and there is rubbish everywhere on the streets. There are also heaps of beggars as there are open borders at the moment as part of the European Union. It is starting to cause unrest within Italy as they have not not fully recovered from the global financial ...
With the main tourist sites out the way, today is a chance for an unplanned walk through the streets of Rome, with the main focus on last shopping while in Europe.
We have been told that the main shopping strip in Rome is Via del Corso. On our way, we pass Santa Maria di Loretto, a small 16th century church built near the ruins of Ancient Rome. Directly opposite is another site of ruins, this time Emperor Trajan's forum, along with Trajan's column, which ...
... tour started at 2:30 so mom and I killed some time checking out the shops ( along with the other million tourists! Yummy gelato twice today.. We were "forced" to have it twice as it's one of the ways to find a washroom.. or as our tour guide Lucy calls it .. make a "technical" stop. Afternoon was tour of Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museum... ok. there were sssoooo many people doing the tours that it was worse than cattle ...