Ibis Roma Fiera
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... it was fine. Then thee train to Florence. All my data was for a late morning train. It was now 2pm. Ticket office advised a a 3:08pm direct to Florence, which we purchased. At 3pm here was no departure shown on any of the three platforms with a 3:08 to Firenzia notice. Finding a person to help, who could speak English was interesting, however I did only to find that this train had ...
Another European breakfast of prosciutto, cheese and pastries was passed up in favor of toast and eggs or jam. We wander through the labyrinth one last time to the train station. Our last train ride on our final day to our final city of exploration.
Once in Rome we taxied to the Spanish Steps and walked the remainder of the way to our hotel. We ...
... Then we decided to climb up to the top of the dome on top of the Basilica. This was based on the information that there was a lift to catch up there, and indeed there was, but it went less than halfway up!! We didn't know that until we got up there and, after exploring the beautiful mosaics with gold leaf on the inside of the dome, started climbing what we thought were the last couple of steps up. WRONG. VERY WRONG. There were around 300 steps each way and they were ...
... I always visit, amongst others,Brunelleschi's unstated 'Santo Spirito' with its Lippi masterpiece 'Madonna' and a recently authenticated life sized cross by the young Michelangelo....nearby is the church Brancacci chapel in the Carmelite church, one of the two or three really great renaissance fresco cycles. The church of St Lorenzo has many treasures, including the Medici tombs ( separate entrance) Donatello pulpits and again, Brunelleschi/Donatello's old sacristy; ...
... think that an airport transfer company would allow a turnstile for people with luggage. Not so in Paris lol. My bag got stuck and the security guard working there had just come back to work from his lobotomy operation. I finally made it through with no help from Bozo the clown. Out to the airport and that's where the day went to s******. Out through security (they nearly have to provides privacy screens because if I had to take one more item of clothing off I would've ...