Ibis Roma Fiera
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... the town and get a bite to eat. I'm so pleased i did, as were I decided to have dinner (on my own) I could watch the sunset - so was a PERFECT way to end an awesome day.
We had to leave early - to complete our last day of the tour - driving around the Amalfi coast. This was scary and breathtaking at the same time. We stopped at a view point of Positano - and grabbed some fruit for breakfast. ...
... centred in rooms of marble floors and frescoed ceilings were the highlights. While we were there there also was a group of school kids crouched on the floor around several of the statues sketching the poses.
We filed out of the Galleria at 11:00 and then began an amble toward an unknown destination where our friend Dan Fairchild's photographs of water scenes are displayed as part of an urban ...
... us to exit. It was nice to not have to wait in line to see the church and it was nice to not have ten million people gawking and exclaiming in the church. As we leave the church there is a nice view of the square leading into the city. The sun is setting so its a nice way to end the day.
We share a light dinner of pasta and salad and are still feeling peckish so we grab another geleto on the way home… when in Rome :)
Day 4: its Maximus day!!! We have booked ...
... roof of the pantheon was melted down to make bronze altar in St. Peter's Basilica. The Dome is 43.3m diameter, making it the largest dome made of water cement in the world, still today! It has a 9m hole in the centre of the roof as during construction they realised the cement would be too heavy so they left it open. Being open the rain gets in but there are holes in the centre under the opening to drain away the liquid. It is ...
... time. They got the biggest kick out of Dee clowning around with a hookah (water pipe) set up on one of the indoor tables, and eagerly posed for some snapshots when we left.
After returning to the Piazza Risorgimento, where we flagged a taxi for the ride to the Aventine, we arrived at the Piazzale Ugo la Malfa, directly across the street from the Circus Maximus, a popular venue for chariot racing in the days of the Roman emperors. The square is also ...