Hotel Manfredi Suite in Rome
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to remember when and where to meet. Karliana and I headed out to see all the sights, opting to walk instead of using the metro. With only one full day in Rome we wanted to make sure we crammed it full with lots of adventure! Our main goal was to get to the Vatican, but we hit up at least 6 different monuments on the way there. With a map route drawn by our good friend the bartender, we battled the beautiful cobble stone streets armoured with our ...
... who were on our tour speak to each other. Figures.
Day 3- Colosseum, Palatine Hill, Campo Dei Fiori, Parthenon, and Trevi Fountain:
At the Colosseum, the morning of our third day in Rome, we saw all of the usual things to see in addition to an interesting exhibition on the expansion of the Roman Empire. The biggest impression it had on me was how much they stole from the Greeks! They even took their marble! One of the paragraphs of ...
... an Indian restuarant, a bit hesitant at first but turns out it was great food once again! After this caught up with another girl from our Macerata trip and her boyfriend for a while and then home to bed for me. I was woken up by the boys banging the door down at 4am, laughed at them (knowing we had to catch a train at 8am this morning) and then fell asleep straight away. Now I'm on the train to Pisa for a couple hours of site-seeing and then on to Milan this evening! Missing you all, Ciao! ...
... no ability to concentrate.
Now it is time to talk about the family. Seven striking members of the same family shared our dinner table on the Mariner for 12 nights and wow! what a story! I promise not to write more than 40,000 words about them, even if their chronicle is interesting (and true). Six of the seven, Vietnamese, one, Caucasian. The family consisted of Mom and Dad (Len and Tieu Nguyen), two daughters with ...
... s flood and the drunkenness of Noah. In the spaces between, we see pictures of five prophets and five sybils, all of whom foretold the coming of Christ.
His great work on the back wall, The Last Judgment, depicts Jesus sentencing souls to heaven or hell. From 1535 to 1541, Michelangelo worked on this piece and was influenced by the sacking of Rome in ...