Hotel degli Amici
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... and alleys are so narrow it is easy to get lost, our taxi driver from the station after we alighted from our crazy journey from Fumincio airport,had to manouvre around to find the street, and just as well his car was only a Punto or the doors would've scraped the walls of the narrow streets! He dropped us at the end of the little alley the B&B was in as he couldn't get any closer! The next door neighbour let us in and there were two flights of ...
Had a guided tour of the basilica weaving in and out of the various crocodiles of other tour groups. There had been a bit of an altercation on the way in when some Spanish ladies decided to try and skip the line by tagging along with our tour, they were taken off pleading sorrowfully to be impounded or something. A very baroque affair with some amazing mosaics that I'd thought were paintings. ...
... town called Albano. Many UD students visit this town since it is only a couple of bus stops up the road and there is free wifi there. We spent a good chunk of the afternoon at a cafe relaxing and catching up on homework we hadnt been doing....oops. Dont worry mom, we got all of it done. I was glad we were able to explore the town because it has a few nice cafes and shops and it is a super easy destination for a relaxing/lazy afternoon.
This morning we walked to the Colosseum for another walking tour. First stop was a visit inside the colosseum, which we loved! It is such an incredible structure and we really enjoyed exploring it and learning more about it's history. We were sad not to have more time there. We then walked through palantine hill and the forum which is all the ruins of ancient rome's city centre. Is was so cool to be able to walk through and see them up close. The highlight ...
... mind. One other surprise for me was the relative insignificance of the "God's finger touching Adam's finger" part of the famous ceiling. I remain, however, with the mental picture of Michelangelo up there, on his back, on a set of moveable aluminium scaffolding, as unlikely as it is. Could have sat there looking for ages though. Ian] One thing that I did find amazing was the number of people who were touching things. Ed saw one group lean on something in the Egyptian rooms! ...