Imperium Suite Navona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... creation of Adam by Michelangelo) - Colosseum - Roman Forum (original Roman city) - Palatine Hill (the tale of Romulus and Remus, but in truth it is when the city of Rome began). Here are a couple of things to keep an eye out for in the video: - In the Vatican Museum there is a statue where eyes are visible (doesn't sound all that exciting I know, but it created during a time when eyes were not commonly placed km sculptures). - ...
... and although was eager to seat us explained it was their first night open and they were only serving pizza. Before we knew it she was directing us to a local favorite (Maccheroni) just down the street (happened to be the place we were trying to find when we hit the dead end - we don't think GPS works great in these dense streets)! We thanked her and headed there just in time...we watched several others get turned away without reservations. Tonight we were just all feeling to ...
... Chapel. She handed us large pictures of Michelangelo’s ceiling frescos and "The Last Judgment" and went into excruciating detail on composition, colors, lighting, and religious context… my eyes were rolling in the back of my head. I can only imagine how bored Sam Jackson and Catherine must have been.
Since none of us asked any questions (thank goodness), Laura finally ran out of material, and we started our tour of the Vatican museum, ...
... We arrive at Trastevere, a quaint little area with its narrow cobbled stone streets and fairy lights. We settle in for an authentic Italian meal and are thrilled with the ambience of this destination.
The next day we are up and ready for a big day of touring. We had selected to do the Vatican City, Sistine Chapel and St Peter's. It was a long day, with so many people to contend ...
... there we were heartbroken to find out that it was currently under construction and that it was both drained of water and covered up with scaffolding.
In fact, that had been a common trend in Rome. Every single site we went to was under construction and covered with scaffolding and it wasn’t ever in just one spot, it was all over the place. We had wanted to visit the Spanish Steps as well but found out they too ...