Marc Aurelio Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... and we were met by Alessandro who is the sister of Rosa who owns the apartment. She picked Jean out as her guest, from all the dark haired Italians who got off the train, and drove us to the apartment. It is only a 10 minute walk, but it saved Jeans foot for our walk later on.
Jean is having a sleep right now, so I will send this and do the rest of the day after drinks.
Lots and Lots of pics to follow.
... still napping while I am typing this). When we arrived back at our B&B at 3:30 p.m. we had walked 7.5 miles. I guess that justifies another gelato later on tonight! So another fabulous day in Roma. 75 degrees and sunny , no humidity (good hair days) and a beautiful breeze. We'll probably head out in a bit to enjoy a nice Roman evening before getting another good night of rest. We are taking a Context Tour tomorrow through the Colosseum and Roman ...
... our little group who actually went in to see it. David is amazing. That was hands down the best thing I did while in florence. Rome we met up with Jessica Williams after she was finished studying abroad. I wish she was seeing other places with us but after rome she's going home to the US. The hostel we booked reminds us all of some college apartment tour deal, like the belemy. They're trying to make everything hip and cool and fun and friendly. Really it's just ...
... it moved to a location a couple doors down from the corner of the same street—ha! It’s run by a British couple. I was looking for a history book on Rome and maybe a travel book on Florence (for my week there in October). I bought a British Museum book called, <i>Roman Empire: Power and People</i>. It was kind of expensive, 17,45 Euro, but it’s pretty interesting so far. They didn't have a small sized book ...
... identify. I kept walking.
Now I realized I wasn't too far from the Vatican! There were just too many buildings between me and seeing the dome. I walked down the other side of Gianicolo, out onto a very busy roadway (there were police directing the traffic coming from Vatican City) and across Ponte Pr. Am. Sav. Aosta (I could not find the full name anywhere!) and back along the Tiber until I crossed ...