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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... paid the extra 2 Euro for the elevator (hey, we've been walking everywhere for 4 days already!!) and went up to the dome of the basilica. It was well worth it. The view from the top was amazing! We decided to climb the 334 steps to the top of the cupola, which is why I'm glad we took the elevator as far as we could because it was definitely a hike, but well worth it. The entire city was spread out before us.
We tried to go to the Catacombs but they were closed for the day ...
... enough to take some pics at least.
First you see if you come to Foro Romano from the Colosseo entrance, is Arco di Tito, quite a big one.
Then we turned left to Palatino, and after listening a big argue in German from a woman to her son (only Angela would sound more terrible in German) we reached the Palatino, the former Roman Emperors house. Looks like it was connected to Colosseo so that they ...
... It has been really busy in Rome this week so we have kept our touring pretty brief as none of us are fond of throngs of people. We have quite enjoyed the neighborhood where we are staying. It is not touristy at all and the streets are always pretty lively. There is a fresh food market five minutes up the street and plenty of places to buy fresh bread, cheese, meat or pasta. We are loving it here!
... they are both buried. There is renewed interest in Francis these days because the current Pope took Francis as his name, the first to ever do so. I was familiar with his story because, as a child, I had a book about his life. We visited both the basilica of St. Clare and the Basilica of St. Francis, saw their tombs, relics and the famous 13thC cross that supposedly spoke to Francis and told him to rebuild "HIS" church. I found this a very moving and spiritual place, and ...
... your shoulder for luck. To understand the importance of Rome’s fountains, you must understand the importance of the aqueducts that brought fresh water to the city. The River Tiber was filthy and unfit for drinking as it was used as a sewer. It was a Roman custom to build an imposing fountain at the end of an aqueduct. A lot of the aqueducts were destroyed in 536 by the Goths; the Aqua Virgo was repaired in 1453 and a fountain was erected shortly afterwards. In 1629 Pope Urban ...