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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... of sugar. Luckily we have enough in the apartment to have coffee in the morning. Apartment is great! Exactly as advertised. Great location so far. Tons of restaurants, shops and GELATO as Sandra and Erynn have discovered. Raining off and on tonight. Forecast calls for sun tomorrow. Plan is to head over to the Varican and see a little church called St. ...
... though it couldn’t be helped, as so many people had told us how impressive the fountain is) we sauntered back over to our hotel, finding ourselves walking small cobbled streets with frescoes and statues dotted around. It was a lovely bright evening, and this was very enjoyable, though my feet were getting to the point of making me feel sick with every step….never again will I choose style over comfort!!
... the rest was! No transfers necessary - one bus line straight from my neighborhood to the school. How lucky is that?! 30 minutes later I was there, my new home away from home, the American Overseas School of Rome. Once I found my way onto the property, I was greeted with warm smiles, open arms, and the sounds of "Angela! We're so glad you're here!" It was a quick visit today. Dr. Pfannl, the director (who'd just got off a plane herself this ...
... to the top but the Sinking Boat Fountain was under construction. I guess this is the widest staircase in Europe and Keats and Bryon used to live nearby.
Moving on, we visited our first church, St. Ignatius de Loyola. I graduated from Loyola High School and was taught by Jesuits and Notre Dame nuns. We took many pictures of all the churches but of course they just can't do them justice. This church was amazing. The main ...
... Castel has that "don’t mess with me look". There is a corridor [the Passetto] on the top the old Vatican wall between St. Peter's and the Castel Sant' Angelo which Pope Clement VII used to evade the attacking armies of Charles V when they sacked Rome in 1527. It is the same one used by Tom Hanks in "Angels and Demons".