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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
TravelPod Member Reviews20SIX Trowbridge
We like the Windrose Hotel, this is our 4 stay here. It is small, close the the train station, about 5 - 10 minute walk and easy to walk into the sites of Rome. Rooms are small but comfortable with attention to detail. Breakfast has a good choice. Its also close to relatives to visit,
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Today was the start of a new adventure. Women's Quest Tuscany had come to an end; in addition Tamara did not fly out until Monday and wanted the opportunity to see as much in Rome as possible on Sunday. We left early for the train station; after working with (or fighting with) the ticket machine, we had our tickets and knew our connections/times and were ready to go. Jay and Tracey were also traveling with us to Rome as they experienced the trains ...
... was excellent in his manner and presentation. What made it easier was that everyone was given an audio set. Our guide Paulo, spoke into a small microphone, not straining his voice and we could comfortably hear him. The tour included part if the Vatican museum, the Sistine Chapel and the St Peter's Basilica. Because of the Pope's appearance this morning, the basilica was not open until after our guided tour had finished but we were still able to go there ...
So had a very long lie in this morning (until 12) so didn't get out until 1pm! Went to the coliseum and had lunch sitting on a wall outside, but didn't go in because it was €12 or €7.50 if we had ID! Going back tomorrow, the bambino (molly) gets in for free because she's still 17!! Went to the Piazza Navona instead for gelato, stopped at the Pantheon on the way which was very cool inside. ...
... the bus. After dropping our things off at the hotel and saying goodbye to our bus and bus driver, we began our walking for the day. First was the Colosseum, of which we had a guided tour. The place, in short, was huge. It was strange to see it in person after having always seen it in pictures. To be ...
... 4. The Vatican issues it’s own Euros
The Vatican has long issued its own currency, in past it was the Lira but since the advent of the Eurozone, it took on the Euro and mints it’s own coins embossed with the Pope’s head. They don’t issue notes and only very few coins, so if you manage to find one, hold onto it, they’re very sought-after by collectors!
5. The only Latin ...