Moses Fountain Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... it was definitely a big step down from our villa in Sorrento. As we unpacked and explored the small apartment, it began to feel a little bit like "National Lampoon's European Vacation." There was poor lighting and the rooms were dark and gloomy, the water pressure was abysmal, the hot water heater would randomly turn on and off making it difficult to take showers, the drain plug was defective in the bathtub, the dishwasher was broken, the mattresses were ...
... of art, that leave you astonished that a 20 year old could sculpt something so beautiful out of marble. The place will leave you in awe.
Next was Santa Maria dell Vittoria a small little church that is a art piece in its own. Every inch of the walls were covered in intricate designs, paintings and sculptures. While in the Church, the light rain we calmly walked through to get to the church has become a full down poor accompanied by load ...
... we decided we were in Rome and we had to do what the Romans do if we wanted to get anywhere, so next train we just pushed our way on. Rather scary really. It took off with a jolt and Ruby and I weren’t holding on. She ended up sandwiching a little Arab man between her and a post and I completely bowled a whole line of people over (slight exaggeration). We had dinner across the street from our accommodation. Just mushroom fettuccine and ...
... down and thought Bobby would come back. He though I kept on going. We got separated . I waiting for Bobby to return and then after 15 minutes realized he was gone. Panic set in as my Bobby can get lost in Ottawa never mind in Rome. He had the phones , the iPad , the credit cards and money and the water. All I had was my passport, the maps and a few euros. I walked up and down the street looking for him and decided he must have gone and would go to the hotel. There were no buses ...
... fountain; Fontana della Barcaccia (Fountain of the ugly boat). Sore and tired feet prevented us from hiking up the steps, so we chose to go for pizza at a nearby overpriced restaurant before the rain began to pour. Our last day in Rome we toured the Colosseum and the old city ruins to see the Roman Forum. The Colosseum is the largest amphitheatre in the world and could hold anywhere between 50,000 and 80,000 spectators. It is one of Rome's most ...