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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was threatening, but we found a very nice covered patio near Santa Maria Magiore right next to some ancient Roman buildings. We enjoyed great atmoshere, great food and a friendly restaurant owner who treated us to Limoncello as a digestif after supper. It was almost midnight by the time we go back, so it was straight to bed as we had a train to catch in the morning. Next stop Florence.
... to bed because we were exhausted. The next day we woke up at 9am to prepare for the exciting day ahead of us. At 9:45 we took a cab (cost: $2.00 distance: 2.11 miles) to a class that we signed up for located in the heart of Trastevere on Via dei Fienaroli, 5. We were scheduled to be there at 10 am and the class fee was $80 per person. However, this was not just an ordinary class, it was a cook off race! A private chef named Andrea Consoli provided the ...
... same room hundreds of years ago.
After the Vatican we made our way to St. Peter's Square and took lots of pictures. The line to get into the dome was huge so we decided to skip that and just admire it from the outside.
Next we did some more exploring that didn't lead us to anything except for a really cool outdoor market where we tried fresh Italian sauces and it smelled so good! We ...
... Once we got out of the airport it was already super hot and it wasn't even noon yet. When we got to the hotel it was about 12:00. We went in to the hotel room and fell asleep almost immediatley. When I woke up it was 4:00. We got ready and then walked to the Spanish Steps. We stopped on the way to get some gelato. From there we went to the Trevi Fountain. Then we walked to a cafe to have dinner. On the way back to the hotel I got some more gelato.
... 6 of us total, all Americans. It was awesome because we got to hear about a lot of great things about Vatican City. I can't even begin to describe the Sistine Chapel and you are not allowed to take any photos. It was unbelievable. It was hard to stand and stare at the ceiling for any length of time so thinking about Michelangelo painting it is amazing. St. Peter's Basilica is pretty amazing as well. ...