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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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... We explored vast gardens around the property and ended up at piazza de popolo, the beginning of a very ritzi shopping district. From there we strolled to the Spanish steps (the church at the end of steps was under construction). We relaxed for bit (our feet were very sore by this point!) and then toured the great Roman Forum, the political and social centre of roman life from 500 BC to 500 AD. It ...
... turned nasty and demanded money for their stupid photo. No no no I said as I had already given them five euros and started to walk away and towards Steve. I wasn't going to get my purse out, and Steve had a couple of coins in his pocket, gave it to them , grabbed my arm and pulled me out. Lesson learnt, don't look at anyone and don't play their game. I am sorry if you don't have a welfare system and I am in your country, but give me a choice. Was a bit scary.
Next we ...
... at Trevi fountain which is beautiful and lit up at night. We spent a fair amount of time sitting there people watching...free entertainment to say the least! On our way back to our hotel we stopped for dinner, where Jessica had steak and potatoes and I had lasagna made with fresh noodles...very yummy! No Italian wine tonite...too tired! Finished the night off with a Skype video chat with Dave and ...
Long walk through city including to Pantheon, unable to get into Piazza Navona as it's canonisation day and some squares set up with screens and crowded with pilgrims Coffee and ricotta torts at Campo de Fiori Across the Tiber for wonder through Trestevere neighbourhood Back past cat sanctuary to Jewish Quarter for lunch ...
... 8220;you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church. ... I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven”. The interior of the church is a monument to Late Renaissance design. Vast and richly decorated, you can admire monuments and altars dedicated to numerous kings and popes. Here, you will find Michelangelo’s “La Pieta” and over 39 statues of saints. In the nave is a circular slab of Imperial Porphyry where Holy Roman Emperors knelt ...