Hotel Sisto V
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... When you enter the Cathedral to your right is a sculpture by Michelangelo and to your left in a nativity scene. And in front of you are a lot of people and about the middle of the main aisle you will see an big alter. Towards the back is another alter for smaller masses like the one we celebrated there. I think a cardinals gave the mass. When we were finished with mass we ...
... something going on nearby. Turns out their is a laser light show projected nightly on the ancient walls of Augustus Forum which was near our apartment. Apparently the show celebrates 2000 years of these important buildings, attempting to project the reconstruction of buildings and tell the history of the past. We arrived just as it started but didn't realize there were bleachers for paid viewing. We soon headed home with 18,000 steps recorded on the pedometer and settled in for ...
... So we called it quits after that, and wandered our way back through Rome, via the understated Vittorio Emmanual II Monument to the Hotel Artimede where we are now relaxing and listening to music! Finally, after a late, late siesta we stirred enough to go to the top floor of the hotel to the restaurant Ambrosia for dinner. All in all a good choice - close, convenient and good food. Now, I think that's enough for ...
... times for the hordes of tourists who visit the basilica and museum each day.
After leaving the apartment, we made a small detour to visit the Mercato Trionfale, a large indoor market full of produce, meat, fish, and other edibles. By the time we arrived, however, most of the vendors were closing for the day, so we headed for the Vatican. The closer we came to the massive wall which encircles Vatican City, the density of street hawkers ...
Back in Rome from the Italian Adventure I cooled off in the pool after checking into my bed tent. Later that night a group of us from the tour headed to the restaurant onsite for dinner. I had the spaghetti carbonara which was really different to how it tastes back home because here it is made with egg not cream. It was rather oily but I was starving and ate it all.
After dinner we decided to grab some drinks and Elke and I shared a bottle of vodka costing us 4 euro each ...