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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... fountain and enjoy some Italian gelato. It was quite a walk from the restaurant to the Trevi so we made some stops along the way to Piazza Navona and the very famous Pantheon. I was so entranced by the outside of the Pantheon but inside was just as cool. The one thing I didn't like, however, was that there were a TON of people there, and a lot of warnings to watch out for pick-pocketers. We only stayed there for a little bit and luckily none of our stuff was stolen on this ...
Whoever said Rome wasn't seen in a day? Oh, that's right....Rome wasn't built in a day! Well, we were wary about touring the whole city in the mere six hours we were allotted after arriving in Rome from the port by private train. After all, this is the birthplace of ancient civilization and the Roman Catholic Church! We knew that our "skip the line" tickets for the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel would save us from standing in line for three hours. But, we also ...
... kids what sports they play, since he is a soccer coach. The girl played soccer and lacrosse, the older boy was rowing and squash (he called them preppy sports)' and the little one was something and polo... Kept saying stuff about his horse. It was really hysterical. They were really nice though, don't mean to make them sound bad- but it was so funny because the teacher guy thought the preppy sports comment was kind of funny, he didn't quite understand, and so they ...
... charging with a macchiato, conducting our own walking tour with some downloaded guides on the iPhone - [a great idea if you want to learn more about the Pantheon - like did you know the dome on top is a perfect sphere with the same diameter/radius from floor to ceiling, wall to wall, which was difficult given the columns that arrived after being hand made in Egypt as a single block were actually too short?!!]
In our first day we saw the Spanish steps, the Pantheon, ...
... and looking down on us. The performance was of Italian strings (how fitting, right?) and the last piece included the majestic voice of an opera singer, whose voice echoed in the magnificent halls of the opera house.
Monday was truly a day of travel - five types of transportation and fifteen hours later, we made it to our bed and breakfast in Rome. Not to mention us getting lost in Rome as the sun was going down, not having a phone or a map. For both our ...