Hotel Ludovisi Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... streets for an hour or so before taxi-ing it back to the hotel for good nights rest.
7:30am wake up to get ready for our 9:00am train to Munich, Germany for a 6:00pm arrival! Jokes again, train was delayed an hour so therefore we missed our connecting train and ended up getting here at 10:40pm. ...
... appointed a German Dominican preacher named Johann Tetzel. Tetzel was a crackerjack salesman, and he made indulgences the hottest ticket in Germany in the 1500’s. Step up and get your indulgences right here! Heaven delivered on parchment!
I imagine Tetzel as a kind of cross between a televangelist and a used car salesman, with a touch of Apple’s marketing genius. Forgiveness was always central for Christianity, which made ...
... they did this the entire time, but I kind of think they did.
3) While we were getting ready for dinner, we turned on the TV and saw an episode of The Big Bang Theory - completely in Italian. What a hoot! Even Raj had an Italian accent. Too funny!
4) Italian gas stations are right on the sidewalk. Cars just pull up like they were parking and fill er up.
Well it's off to bed for us. Our wake up call is for 6am in the morning.
... of the places we tried to reserve were closed on Sundays, so we decided to wonder back toward the neighborhoods we explored close to the Trevi Fountain/4 River Fountain we had found our first couple nights in Rome (seemed like a nice spot). What we found to have great reviews on Yelp was also closed, so we turned the corner to find one other highly reviewed place and ran into a dead end, only to find a cool looking/more casual spot that we decided to check out. The hostess was ...
... was a large area full of eateries, street performers, and of course a few more shops. It was a great place to sit in the shade to relax for a bit and sit in the shade to cool down. It also gave students the chance to write out some postcards and get those sent back to their loved ones. This Piazza was amazing and just so full of so many different things! Felt like I could have been down there all day hanging out and taking in ...