Bettoja Massimo D'Azeglio Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBettoja Massimo D'Azeglio Hotel Rome
I stayed here with a student group. Rooms were nice and the staff were good. It is located a short walk from the Colosseum and is 1 block from the Termini station
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We had breakfast and packed our bags, we had to move to the Massimo Hotel about a block away because this is where we are starting the Tuscan D'lish tour. We were unable to book into our room but we were able to leave our bags. We headed to the bus station at the termini and found the H bus which is to take us to the Jewish Ghetto area. We got off …
We arrived at Rome International airport on July 9th. Today we will visit the Vatican.
... 5 minutes and then herd you out, but this wasn't the case when we were there. There was no pressure to leave (other than getting out of a hot, crowded room), I took my fill of the glories of the room, took endless photos along with the one or two (!!!!) I had taken in the other museums in the Vatican and we headed off. A few more rooms later and we were at the pizzeria within the Vatican museums - despite a woeful lack of organisation by the people running the ...
... nativity. Meaning there is a crypt that holds the original pieces of wood from Jesus' crib.
Another thing that I enjoyed was that the sides of the church are lined with confessional booths. Each booth is designated for a certain language. You know a priest is in the booth if the red light on top of it is on. People just come up to the booth, kneel down behind a tiny wooden shield and talk to the priest. There are also several benches directly across from each booth. So, ...
... was outlawed. We took a guided tour (in a group of 25 or so) but found it difficult to understand the Italian guides English. Once the tour was over we did it all again on our own.
Roman Forum: this is the ancient Rome area next to the Colosseum. Covered some of this Roman history stuff when Bill did Latin for 3 years at school (why??) and some of it came drifting back. Reckon the temperatures were up in the mid-late 30s among all this rock which didn't allow us ...