Hotel degli Amici
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... until this day and let me tell you, my tummy is in love. Everything that touched my tongue in this place let off so many endorphins in my brain I'm sure of it. This day could not have been more awesome...but it was not done! Friday night in Rome it was time to party. We took a power nap and met up with an Irish guy we met the night before, Sam. We were planning on going to an open air party with others but it got late for that and Sam got word of his fav DJ in town, so off ...
... overlooking the piazza. This piazza is noted for its ornate baroque architecture and beautiful fountains of which there are three - the main one in the middle 'Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi' represents the four rivers Nile, Ganges, Danube and Plate. In amongst it all are artists selling their paintings and lots of tourists about...quite picturesque. After this we officially got lost in the cobbled streets of Rome looking for ...
... to our hotel to put away our souvenirs. Then we took the subway to the Spanish Steps. I loved the marble fountain in front. Then we ate dinner near the Spanish steps. Sean ate spaghetti with marinera sauce and Catherine ate Lasagna. We ate one spaghetti noodle together like on Lady and the tramp. For dessert we ate gelato, Catherine ate a bowl of banana, amaretti, and strawberry gelato. Sean ate a bowl of chocolate, amaretti, and strawberry ...
... 8217;m the one with the great memory in the family, so good luck! Whatever it was…I CAN tell you he loved it!!
After lunch we walked around a bit more, still in the shade whenever possible, and then finally went back to the hotel.
I was done in. I peeled my clothes from my sticky skin, threw them on the bed and crawled into the shower. I didn’t care how cold it was, it couldn’t be ...
... permitted aerial views. These maps are still about 80% accurate today. We saw far too many things to list, and only saw a portion of the museums. We walked through Raphael's room - my particular favourite being the library where the walls showed you what type of books you would find in a particular spot. We also passed through part of the contemporary art collection and saw works by Matisse, Dali and others. Pope John Paul II invited museums all over the world ...