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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we went. We walked and walked, the weather was very hot, and I was slowing John down. So I stayed at Cafe across from the Vatican wall, while John went walking around the wall looking for the place he needed. We have Never seen so many tourists in a town before. My goodness you would have to see to believe. Well you can imagine what John was saying.!!!!!!! Well ...
... walked upto the Roman Forum. Roman Forum is the ancient city of Rome, and is covered with ancient ruins. Again there wasn't many people around when we arrived, so we were able to stroll around at our own pace, reading up about the ruins and their use. More and more people started to flow in, so it was time to go onto our next stop. As part of the Rome Card, we got entry into St. Peter's Prison, which is located in the building Tullianum, which was right next one of the Roman ...
... how much money must be collected every year from the countless coins tossed. Obviously enough to do a complete repair every 5 years and to keep it clean and maintained. Less for the tax payers to worry about :) From the Trevi we got lost in the shopping streets in awe of all the shoes, purses and designer clothes on display. Window shopping at its finest!
The next on our list was the Pantheon, one of the best preserved of all Ancient Roman buildings, found in ...
... for us – he took us to an enotica in an old fortress, La Fortezza di Montalcino. When we went inside they had set us up with a tasting of six difference Brunellos to share. Today was the only day so far where we really had a little rain and it was a bit chilly, so we also got to try a bowl of amazing Tuscan Ribolita soup. The soup is made with kale, ...
... them. Total *****! We do t open them for awhile. I have noticed a lot of Italians are very blunt, to the point, have no patience & are very cranky. Is that were Kancho Joe gets it from? I'm just joking Kancho, please don't kill me next time I see you for training. We pack up & set an alarm for 6 to allow time for the taxi to get us to the camping village pick up point which is half an hour from Rome. For some reason it took the taxi driver on the way in an ...