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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... br> At the top the stairway ramp up the Pincio which is the Pincian Hill. From the top of the steps the Villa Medici can be reached.
During Christmas time a 19th-century crib is displayed on the first landing of the staircase. During May, part of the steps are covered by pots of azaleas. In modern times ...
... entire ride. Once arriving at the hotel which is in a great neighborhood of the city we had an hour and half wait for our room, but they are so sweet and allowed us to spend that time in a small room (literally a closet) to freshen up and take a quick 30 minute nap until our room was ready. Our room is lovely with eccentric wall paper, tall ceilings and a very nice all marble bathroom. Our view is not great, but since most hotels in Rome are between 5 and 8 ...
Ahhhh. Bonjourno Roma! When we first arrived here into Rome in the afternoon from Positano, I must admit I felt a little overwhelmed. Coming from Positano which oozed serenity to the bustling city of Roma, was initially a bit of a culture shock. We spent our first evening just exploring around our hotel and of course doing a bit of retail therapy. A new pair of italian boots hit just the spot! The next day we truly began our explorations. We purchased a hop ...
... we came across a souvenir stand with the word 'Florence' written on every item, confirming that we were in fact in the right city and that 'Firenze' is the Italian name. This is where we took control of the situation, and in record time, in the rain, found our hostel and fed our incredibly hungry stomachs. 1/ Italy 1/Michaela Kathryn Kathryn So after a few days of stuffing down gelato and being adopted by an American guy (Ryan) we headed out to the Tuscan ...
... boxes were provided at the north and south ends respectively for the Emperor and the Vestal Virgins, providing the best views of the arena. Flanking them at the same level was a broad platform or podium for the senatorial class, who were allowed to bring their own chairs. The names of some 5th century senators can still be seen carved into the stonework, presumably reserving areas for their use. The tier above the senators, known as the maenianum primum, was occupied by the ...