Kolbe Hotel Rome
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Today we visited the Vatican City, truly amazing, the Sistine chapel, was quite small not really what I thought. Amazingly beautiful, a wonder really when you consider that michael Angelo was a sculptor not a painter, and they even had the knowledge to paint in three D ! We then travelled to the colosseum , again magnificent. The reason the ruins …
Day 4 - afternoon
Looking down the Via del Corso Street from where I stood at the Piazza del Popolo square, I could easily see in the far far distance the Piazza Venezia square where the big white marble building or monument of Victor Emmanuel stood. I just couldn't believe that this street which could have easily taken us half an hour to …
Day 5 - early morning
For those in the group who'd arrived only yesterday, there was an optional walking tour in Ancient Rome this early morning before our 10:30am departure. Michel and I declined going on this one since we’ve been here for three days now and seen most of the top attractions by ourselves.
What we did do …
Day 5 - morning
Well, someone up there must have been listening to me because as the motor coach came to a complete stop on top of a hill just one block away from the Colosseum, the rain had stopped! Yeahhh, I cheerfully yelled inside of me even though I still held in my hand my small folded black umbrella as we walked! I can't say that …
Day 4 - evening
After a quick change of clothes, Michel and I were back in the hotel's main lobby waiting for the rest of the people to gather around for our 6:00pm meeting. You guessed right! We were the first ones there; it was only 5:15pm! As they say, 'habits die hard' or should I say 'the early birds get the best seats’! …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
No coffee/tea again, I ind this annoying.
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