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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... so was really the official start of my 33rd birthday. We had dinner at Trastevere that night in a nice little spaghetti restaurant and a few celebratory drinks. This area really was cool as we enjoyed the atmosphere down there. We headed back down to the river, drank cocktails and played table tennis up to midnight to once again celebrate my birthday. Waking up the next day for my birthday there was only one place I wanted to visit, the Colosseum. I have always thought ...
... 1. This was my favorite day of the week. We took a charter bus up to Sutri, Viterbo, and the Garden of the Monsters. Sutri was my favorite place I have seen. It is a tiny little town up north and it is so cute. It was the first time I felt like I was truly in Italy. I didn't feel as if I was in a postcard or in a computer screen. It was amazing. I was not expecting that at all. And the little park we played in helped keep it fun. Then we got back ...
Wednesday was set aside for the group to visit the Vatican. Because Marilyn and I had already been there, we went off to visit the Catacombs. We ordered a taxi which took us to the Catacombs of St Callixtus, which turned out to be closed on Wednesdays! That wasn't a good start, but just down the road was the Catacombs of San Sebastián, and fortunately they are open today! These catacombs differ from others in that they were built on to an already functioning Roman ...
... to look out my window and see towns zoom by like
Katniss does on the way to the capital (Hunger games reference for anyone who
is out of the loop on that).
Arriving in Rome around noon, the architectural teacher Jeff
took us around to see about ten churches, which were absolutely beautiful,
historic, and obviously of much importance- but I couldn’t tell you the name of
a single church I saw. I took pictures at ...
... s the most famous in Europe. It was discovered in1889 , can you imagine that was before the electric light, I don't know how they managed. We had a bit to eat before and headed for Souillac where there is a beautiful garden the Jardins de Cadiot, we had no trouble finding the gardens, and we had a wonderful afternoon wandering around, taking photos and just enjoying our time in the garden. There was ...