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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... delicious gelato on the way. After the tour we were ready for dinner but Brad and Unre wanted to cook at home. We parted ways with them and visited the restaurant we had noticed that was close to the apartment. It was a very cute Italian restaurant that had very reasonable prices. To make it even better they somehow undercharged us. After dinner we headed home. Brad and Unre were out for a walk but we headed to bed, ready for a big day ...
Today we woke up early to go to the holiest of holy places for class to see the perfection of architecture in a church, complete with art that wasn't too shabby! The entire church is ENORMOUS. I can't emphasize it enough! While I was there I even found myself forgetting how massive this basilica really was. I have a picture of the font that has Angels holding it up. Being there in person, this whole figure looks normal sized, until you stick a person next to it and realize the ...
12:45 AM. Bleary eyed, we struggled out of bed, dressed and met our other intrepid adventurers downstairs in the common area to head into Rome for our night walking tour. Ivano is our leader and he prepares coffee and breakfast, although most people are not too hungry and just stick to coffee. There are six of us on the tour, four of the Americans and ourselves. We are all rugged up because when we looked at the weather forecast, there was a 95% chance of rain between 12 and 2 am, ...
... the crowd. After the awe of the colosseum we headed to the Palatino and Roman Forum. This is the area where according to legend Romulus and Remus were saved by the she wolf and then in turn Romulus founded Rome in approximately 753 BC. The story of these two brothers wasn't something I was aware of before and you see sculptures of their life depicted all over town which until you know the legend makes you wonder what's happening, 2 babies drinking out of a dogs teats? Have ...
... policemen were there!! Rip-off no.2 - breakfast overlooking the Collosseum 4 hot drinks, juice and 4 cornetttos (croissant) E64!! That's $100! Checking Trip advisor after showed many others had also been fleeced - the grande cappuccino you see in the photo was E10 alone - so we added our sorry tale to the reviews. In contrast, dinner in the back streets of simple pasta and drinks was only E30. We have been warned..... ...