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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJonico Hotel Rome
- Far from the city though metro station is very close by
- Good place to stay
- Has parking facilities
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... out to greet the city. We slept for about an hour and a half and felt much better for it.
We proceded back towards the station and into the city. We had only gone down a few streets before arriving at a square dominated by the imposing ediface of the rear of the Papal Basillica Santa Maria Maggiore. We proceded around the front and went inside. What a beautiful church.
A christening had ...
The morning was nice and easy mom and dad went out to purchase train tickets. We went out for lunch to a nice pizza place. There were so many kinds of pizza that we would have never thought of to do. They cut the pizza ...
... s. The inscription simply states "Peter is here". I think the word anyone of any faith would have is 'impressive'. It would take to long to describe the statues of the popes and the apostles that are here but if anyone is interested go take a look, it is worth the 1.5 hours wait in line. There are many side altars and plenty of marble. There is the Michael Angelo sculpted Pieta on ta block of Carrera marble. He was 24 when he sculpted this and over 70 years old ...
... and Church, which previously was a Roman circus. We then went to the Pantheon which is a 2000 year old dome building originally built for pagan gods converted to a Christian temple. How they build the structure to hold up a huge dome with limited technology is amazing. The Pantheon is remarkably well preserved.
There are no public toilets and most restaurants don’t let you use theirs unless you are a paying customer. We eventually ...
... br> We headed off in the general direction of the main road where we thought we'd catch a bus back to Termini, but no, that's not how it works apparently. Eventually someone directed us to the Metro and we found our way back to Termini from there, then back to Ostiense where we grabbed what was supposed to be a pork roll and headed to our room. Here we got a message telling us 'you are the nicest of our guests so we knew you wouldn't mind moving to another ...