Imperium Suite Navona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... me. Regardless, it was tasty. Then came my gnocchi. It was the best I've ever had. I have heard that Americans typically don't like true Italian dishes because they don't taste like our Americanized versions. I was pleased that I loved it. :) After I ate every last bite, and then soaked up every last drip of marinara sauce with my remaining bread, the server came back and offered me dessert. I haven't had any traditional Italian desserts (other ...
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... stunned silence for a second before we gathered our composure and told him the story. He got from his seat and ruffled through a pile of paper behind him producing a photo stat sheet that had been copied so many times it was hardly illegible, it didn't even sit square on the appear it was printed. We basically filled it in before he got his rubber stamp out. The kind of rubber stamp that was used when you got a special star for writing your name correctly in prep or the one allocated ...
... larger heel! Loved the idea! They weren't cheap but would last a long time. Only problem was, the soles came in only one width and not wide enough for this Aussie foot! They had my favourite toe sandals too and I already picked it out in gold leather!! Here's a picture of the cool shop with every colour of the rainbow you could wish for!!
Coming out of the lovely little shoe shop, I came around a corner and into a ...
... was given over to Christian use by the Emperor Alexander Severus when he settled a dispute between the Christians and tavern-keepers, saying, according to the Liber Pontificalis "I prefer that it should belong to those who honor God, whatever be their form of worship." In 340 Pope Julius I (337-352) rebuilt the titulus Callixti on a larger scale, and it became the titulus Iulii commemorating his patronage, one of the original twenty-five parishes in Rome; indeed it may ...