Hotel Ludovisi Palace
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September 20, 2007 We have finally arrived in Rome! We had a 3 hr layover in Milan all was fairly uneventful till we picked up the luggage. Something wet and sticky had been spilled on the outside of mine, but nothing too serious. It is in the mid 70s sunny and beautiful. We have checked into our room in the Ludovisi Palace, settled in, and are …
... to Tuscany, she said the B&B she stayed at was fairly cheap. The family were lovely and she suggested we hire a car to get around. Nadzha was excited about this idea. I personally don't mind, but I also wouldn't mind going to Greece. What I'm not keen on is doing the whole 3 days here and 3 there. So Lord may your will be done. Nadzha has already sent an email through to Rich's colleague because he's on leave. Her name is Nicole and she responded that we needed to get ...
... of shade. The forum was neat though, and they had some parts blocked off that they were actively excavating for artifacts. After cooling off in a shady spot we headed to the Pantheon. Very busy there but very cool - literally too! The ceiling is amazing, it's truly baffling. While the Pantheon was built to honor many roman gods, it's now a Catholic Church. In several places we've discovered that early Catholics ...
... at the moment we were in there. Afterwards, we went into the Basilica, as they were setting up for the Pope's Inauguration. Certain parts were roped off. All in all, a pretty good day.
So Sunday was Francis' first mass to the people and Tuesday was his Inauguration with the world dignitaries in attendance. ...
... places. I didn't have that sort of time so didn't join any of them. A bit over ruins and old buildings anyway. Maybe because it was so busy but it seemed very much like Greece. Out of all the old buildings I have seen so far I think Dubrovnik is the best. Saw the Colosseum, Fortress of the Forgotten Soldier, St Peter's Basilica, Trevino Fountain, Pantheon, Vatican City and of course lots of other buildings, ruins, diggings and lots of Restorantes and Pizzaries ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility