Hotel Ludovisi Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we couldn't enjoy it this time. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and being in the Colosseum is still one of my favourite things to do in Rome. The history and magnitude of it all just takes my breath away. We woke up very early the next day to drive to the town of Bari where we would catch our overnight ferry to Greece. Although I was a little apprehensive about the ferry ride, I was hoping that my travel bands would help me out ...
... 5 euro in wallet and I had money in money belt!). Never thought we would have a train ride in Rome!
Tour was excellent with tour guide Georgio who was a historian and had also worked at the Colosseum doing excavation work, full of knowledge! On the tour we saw St Peters Church and the chains, St Peters Square, Colosseum and Rome Emporium. Tour finished at 5.30pm and a great ...
... which is called Lavinia. Shuttered windows open onto via di mario fiori and via frattina. It has everything we need and more. After a shower and rest we head off to explore, in an attempt to stay awake. First up a trip to the local supermerkato. The deli has so many yummy meats and cheeses. We settle on paper thin slices of speck, prosciutto crudo, cheese bread and fruit. A bottle of chianti and we have everything we need for a light dinner in our ...
... ruins and got back to the shop, here we dropped off the bikes and said goodbyes.
After leaving the bikes i headed back to the hostel stopping for dinner and a drink at a small road side restaurant. After dinner i headed back to the hostel feeling refreshed. At the hostel i got my bags and went to the room, unpacked and got ready for the next day, used the WiFi, uploaded some pictures, watched the brazil vs cameroon game and then went to bed.
... journey into town.
We arrived at the Westin Excelsior, which I had booked on my Starwood points. When we checked in, they upgraded us to a junior suite (thank you platinum status!). We got to our room, and it was huge. It looked like somewhere a very fancy grandma would live. We had a very large living room, with three couches, and a desk and china cabinet. We had a big bedroom, and a huge bathroom with a whirlpool tub so ...