- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of tourists a year. Rome hosted the 1960 Summer Olympics and is the seat of United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
About the origin of the name Roma several hypotheses have ...
Finally the city I was waiting for, Rome! The evening we arrived we had a walking tour of the city. We were able to see the Colosseum and Pantheon at night as well as the Spanish steps.
The next morning started with a tour of the Vatican city and its museums. We spent about 4 hours inside with highlights of course being St. Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel (home of Michelangelo's famous ...
... for the two large lions everywhere in the Vatican since we visited it on Sunday. They were hiding around a corner where all the confessions were taking place. Sadly, I had left the bag with doug so I did not have the camera! Doh!
Next to the lions was another English speaking confessional and this one had the green light on. Two wins! I confessed my sins, said my penance, emerged with a clean heart and went to see the lions again. I went to get Doug and the ...
Flew from Manchester to Rome on April 1st. When we landed in Rome we took a bus to the main train station and then walked just down the street to our hostel. Went out for our first Italian pizza that night and chilled in the hostel bar. The next day was out first full day and man did we ever do a lot! In the morning we headed out in the city and made our way to the colosseum. Was beautiful. 20 degrees and sunny all day! Was absolutely loving ...
... much left of this area now, it was built in the early 2nd century AD and once held 150 shops and offices. Crossing the road we were greeted by the enormous Vittoriano which we wandered in for a better look. Found a terrace with some great views overlooking town, but unfortunately noticed the famous Colosseum which was only streets away was hidden behind a shield of scaffolding. (half our luck). Next we walk through the ...