Hotel Sisto V
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... pulled out an 8 page letter that dad wrote to Zio when Zio retuned to Italy from the U.S. Sabina had to read it and it brought tears to all of us. It was a heartfelt and beautifully composed letter. But I always knew that about dad. They were two cousins with a special bond perhaps closer than brothers that suddenly realized would no longer be able to enjoy the closeness they once shared. They both understood that they would now be on different paths that ...
... as the second. Lo and behold, some signs existed to explain what some of the buildings/rocks/statues/columns were, making it a darn sight easier to look and learn. Some imagination was required to get a picture of what it looked like in reality, however the signage along the new station zone had a few graphics that we could recall. Seeing a few columns next each other looks a little out of whack, but when they were part of a few dozen surrounding a massive solid ...
... and Churches. There are so many sights to see here, we doubt that we have enough time to see them all. Highlights have included; S.Maria in Trastevere (church), The Pantheon, Castel Sant Angelo, Fontana di Trevi, Santa Maria de Angeli (Basilica). Tomorrow we are off to the ...
There were many miles explored this week both in and out of class for me. I am currently taking an urban planning history class where there is one hour of traditional lecture and 3 hours of a walking tour each week. We put on those cheesy headsets with walkie-talkie things attached and follow our professor around as he tells us about how certain parts of the city were built and why. It is a lot of walking (we average about 5 miles in a class) ...
... to the Vatican. Once we arrived and spotted the huge line up we were informed that it would take approximately 3 hours to get through the ticket line-up. We didn’t feel like standing in another line-up so we admired the Vatican and St. Peters Basilica from afar. While we were there they were setting up thousands of portable chairs in front of the Basilica because the Pope would be addressing the people tomorrow. Kind of neat. After a quick bite to eat ...