Marc Aurelio Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... see St. Peter's and the Vatican in the background. From there, I enjoyed a nice walk with great city views to the top of the Spanish steps - I had previously only seen them from the bottom. I went down the stairs to the Bernini fountain in the piazza, then veered into one of the side streets for lunch at Antica Enoteca - another Rick Steves recommendation. I dined outside, of course, and enjoyed great people-watching while drinking a beer and waiting for my linguine with ...
... no lobby, only an old wooden door on a street with a very small sign. The cab driver called the proprietor who then came down stairs and let us in. We lugged our suitcases up the 300 year old stairs to a holding room, our room would not be ready for 4 hours.
The proprietor gave us a map and we set out for the Pantheon, an architectural wonder. The streets were deserted save for a couple of joggers. About 2 kilometers up the road and around ...
... s experiences and experiencing it with my best friend that overwhelmed me. The experience of sitting in mass in St Peter's Basilica will live with me forever. When Mass had finished we were tempted to seek food and refreshment after almost 8 hours in the Vatican and only water and a Mars Bar to sustain us. I had a feeling to stay. TD had been quietly enjoying the day and was getting a little restless. (The handbag was on the lap). The two choirs filed up to sit in the ...
... large and small. The bigger one was used by gladiators and the smaller one was for poetry reading. Then into the commercial area where there were building that were takeaway shops with counters on the footpath to sell their wares. Then into a house. We think that we are smart but the Romans had a hole in the roof and a pool underneath with a tank under that to catch rain water. The frescos and mosaics are amazing and how they have tried ...
... weren't so tired and didn't want to just get out of there. One woman had a tiny little dog in a carry container that every now and then would let out a scared little yap, another (sounded like an Angry Russian Woman) was abusing her at the top of her voice telling her how she should keep that dog away from everyone in case it bit a child - other than the fact that there was no other way of exiting that room in the airport, that poor little dog was ...