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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... a coin in the fountain will work, since the fountain wasn't. We figure it will and we will return to Rome someday. Apparently, the thousands of coins are removed once a week and donated to the Italian Red Cross.
We spent the early part of the evening at home and around 8 PM headed to a neighborhood restaurant recommended by Valentino. We enjoyed dinner and arrived home by 10 PM “eager” to attack the Vatican early ...
... interesting buildings, the courtyards of which were filled with flower gardens and other greenery.
The fish fillets, along with some rice, asparagus, and a cucumber salad were transformed into yet another delicious dinner feast by Chef Dee, with Lucy lending a hand as sous chef and clean-up crew. All in all, the girls made out famously on their solo travels today, so much so that the tour director may soon be following them around ...
I woke up early and rushed to the post office. The day before the lines were long and didn’t seem to be moving, so I was worried I wouldn’t get the things shipped off before our taxi came to pick us up at 10am. When I got there it wasn’t open, and it would be 20 minutes before it did. I was the first person there and took a seat. As people started coming in I wondered if they would remember I was there first, or just “cut” ...
... visited (The Colosseum,
St. Peter's Church, Pantheon, The Trevi Fountain, The Spanish Steps and the many churches that we wandered into.) And the thing about Rome and these amazing sights is that
they are almost all equally important and fascinating in their own way. It's hard to leave out places when you visit Rome. As I sit here pandering...I go to school for a week and just casually we are packing to go places around Europe for a weekend...If I was ...
... then a square that was used for chariot racing (can't remember the name), then to the Pantheon and dinner at a yummy pizzeria. From there to the Colosseum. WOW!! 4 hours from being dropped off we make it to the hostel. In pouring rain we unload and get lost finding the cabins...
Rome started with a walking tour of the Vatican City with a local guide, who called herself Mama! We saw the Pope, Papa Francesco :-) from miles away... after that it was free time ...