Le Suite di Via Ottaviano
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... delivered to our room :) nothing special- crossiant, coffee, dry toast (like big croutons) haha and a coupe of sweet biscuits and juice. We did over 30kms of walking today-my feet and calves are not happy tonight! Worth it though! We walked pretty much the entire city of Rome. Saw the Spanish steps and the thing I was most excited for - the Trevi fountain. .. What a disappointment that was! It was closed for renovations so instead of beautiful ...
Tourism Facts about Rome
Rome sights and attractions
Great Squares (Piazze)
Rome's squares are one of the main attractions of the Italian Capital, perhaps 'the core' of the city itself.
In Piazza for meeting each other, to amuse, chat with friends, and for events or for the daily 'happy hour'.
Piazza del Campidoglio (on the Capitol Hill) is the headquarter of the ...
We started off the weekend by going to a Bar Crawl with all John Cabot students which was pretty cool until 2:15 AM rolled around and about 10 of us decided it was time to make our way from the center of Rome back to Trastevere. Not knowing where we were whatsoever, we began walking. When we found a man kicking a soccer ball against a wall by himself, Sarah and I asked if we could join. We then thanked him and joined the rest of our group in what we knew was to be a ...
... th birthday.
We had some fabulous days with the gorgeous Fee and Dave, who we met up with on our first day. It was so surreal being together in Rome! We had a great day exploring ancient Rome, the old forums, stunning piazzas like Piazza Navona, gazing in wonder from the terrace of the Vittorio Emmanuel (or as I like to call it the wedding cake building!) at all the marvels of Rome around us. Then of course the 2000 year old Pantheon. What a building. I could almost ...
... safety rules. The Vatican itself was probably just "okay" in my books. I'm not catholic, so there was no religious wonderment for me. Instead I looked around at the lavish palace and wondered why one man needs so much stuff. I was particularly displeased because it was close to 90 degrees out but women have to be covered because it is "indecent". The girls were roasting to death with the crowds inside, so we spent most of our time cooling off in the shade of the courtyard. ...