- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Meal plan
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... reunifying thanks to the efforts of men like Vittorio Emanuele II, Cavour, and Garibaldi. Even after unification, however, Italy still had yet to really build an Italian identity. This led to Mussolini’s rise to power as he envisioned a return to grandeur for Rome and all of Italy. He looked back to Rome's ancient glory and wanted to recreate the empire that had once been. He ultimately failed, though, and ...
... It's lovely to be able to wake up without an alarm going off. The apartment is on the top floor of 5 and has security gates on the balcony door and all the windows. It's lovely to have everything open so the breeze can waft through. The weather has been really hot and was 34C one day. Humidity is quite high so it's nice to have cool showers. We've got a wee clothes line hanging off the balcony so we have to make certain that our smalls are securely ...
... Catholics have been marginalized, ignored, ridiculed and criticized. The last two Popes seemed intent on closing the doors and windows that Pope St. John XXIII had opened through the Council. This Pope, who reminds me of St. John, has called out the hyper-judgmental crowd and emphasized love and service. He is happy and that joy spreads to everyone around him. Look at the smile on his face in the video! You can't fake that!
We stayed around the Vatican for ...
... of the shops were for young trendy ones but I was able to buy a long cotton shirt, a singlet top/ dress that I hitch up with a scarf tied as a belt,to go under it and a really cheap skirt. They all go together and with everything else I have here so that is going to be quite useful. They are also much lighter in the suitcase. During the walk I also called in to another basilica. How many basilica can there be in one city? This one was Sancta Ambroglio (St Ambrose). It is right in ...
... every time) and then walked down the fashionable Via Condotti with our huge daggy packs and hiking boots on. When in Rome…I don’t think we can afford to live like the Romans, and we definitely aren’t brave enough to drive like the Romans!
Our Airbnb host Massimo met us at the lovely apartment on via Dell Scrofa, giving us the key and showing us around. He didn’t speak much English, but was very kind. After he left we ...