Hotel Ludovisi Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... miss. Seeing it in person made you pinch yourself, not knowing if this was reality or a dream. The first thing that came to mind was my first memory of the Colosseum, which was a episode of 'Scooby Doo' and how they were stuck in a video game and had to defeat the gladiators and lions to get set free. First Fabrizio walked us through the Roman Forums, where scattered all around were remains of ancient and damaged parts of buildings. As the temperature ...
... Roman'; background-color: transparent; vertical-align: baseline; ">Specific Places Within Country Visited: Trevi fountain, Spanish steps
... this way than doing a Tour from the cruise ship, if we booked a tour through Princess you would be one of up to 50 people. This tour is costing us 554 euro for the day, which includes VIP tickets (Bypassing the Line) into the Vatican and the Coliseum.
We were off the ship a bit too early for my liking …just after 7am and our guide was to be there for 8am. Our driver/guide Joseph was at the port for ...
Sunday, November 30, 2014
Last night we went out for a nice evening meal in Trastevere. They are starting to put the Christmas lights up which is pretty. It was like a party out there. However it also meant that it was a bit of a noisy night for sleeping – for the first time. So I woke up quite tired today. We had a huge walking day – going all the way to the Spanish Steps – very ...
... a half a dozen number threes and a couple of number sevens." The sticky bit came if your gladiator lost. Did you let the other guy kill him? No, this wasn't a moral decision. The problem was your gladiator was only rented, so you had to "pay the price" if he wasn't returned in good condition.
We move on to the Vatican and leave the intrigues and plots of Ancient Rome behind. Well - not exactly. We hear of plots and counterplots, intrigues and contests ...