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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
TripAdvisor Reviews Orange Hotel Rome
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... kind going on. We lingered at the back for a moment and then stepped into a side room where the entrance to the museum began. But it was late in the day and with the service, it was closed. We hoped we might make it back to see it on another day.
It was about 6:30 and time to get some food. I did a good deal of reading from a couple of
different books to plan our trip. One of the things that is repeated frequently is to not ...
... restaurants waiting that long in the US?!). Our food was great! The house wine was cheep and delicious and we ordered their famous grilled artichoke appetizer, of course pasta for our first course and split an order of amazing meatballs. We finally caught up on sleep last night and slept until ten this morning. Craving a good breakfast, we found an American style breakfast place and had omelets and a whole cup of coffee (hard to find over here). Bakery ...
... is 'Susannah' bathing by Tintoretto. one of the many examples of art which allowed artists of the time to paint nudes without fear; like the Louvre it houses collections of all art forms, including Cellini's gold 'salt cellar', one of the most remarkable works of its type of the renaissance. The academy in Venice with its room full of Berlini's is another great museum, always crowded so I made a quick visit early one morning to miss the ...
... holiday we really were starting to feel a little depressed about it all coming to an end. When we wake tomorrow it will be our last full day to discover Rome.
It was Saturday, and this meant our last day of discoveries. We had no real plans other than to get out there and see as much as we could before the sun set. I did really want to get back over to have a look inside the Keats Museum, but other than that we were ...
Today I thought I would set a slower pace to save my feet for tomorrow's trip to Pompeii. That was the plan anyway. I thought I would start with a trip to the Parthenon then wander down to the Vatican for the tour I'd booked for this afternoon. I hoped on the on/off bus and made it to the Vatican. As the tour did not cover St Peters Basilica I changed my plan and decided to start there and then go to the tour. That worked well until I saw the line at ...