Park Hotel Serenissima
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I reckoned it would not be all that great, and according to the reviews on TripAdvisor I was right.
After our Segway ride we went off down the hill and stopped for some antipasto and wine for lunch then continued walking into the city, going past the defunct Trevi fountain and the Spanish steps, all locked up in scaffolding, with the crowds staring at them through the wire.
We stopped for a look at another huge Basilica which ...
... to help us at the checkin counters and straight through to our flight. The flight itself was only 2 and a half hours being a direct flight so we arrived into Rome just after 11.30 with the time difference adjustment. After meeting our pickup driver we got driven through the winding back streets of Rome to our hotel. It's a typical Rome hotel, sandwiched between shops and businesses but in a good central ...
... throughout the museum selling knick knacks and what not and a giant gift shop at the end (accompanied by a café and its very own pizzeria), money did seem to be at the forefront of their enterprise. Mattijs and I both agreed that if the Vatican and indeed the Catholic church were interested in preserving its history, then the place should not have been open to visitors.
Such an example were Raphael’s rooms, which were staggering in their size ...
This morning I got up early to catch a flight to Rome. I thought I wouldn't sleep as I usually can't when I have to wake up for something, but it was the best sleep I had all week. I walked to the train station and asked the security guard which platform to the airport and he said platform 1. The train came soon after which was double decker - pretty cool. I was sitting there and reading the destination sign and it didn't say airport, but I ...
... half an hour inside the chapel, we emerged to find our way out. We stopped by the Cappella di san Pietro martire (Chapel of St Peter the martyr) for a couple of blissful photobombless minutes before the crowd from the Sistine Chapel streamed in behind us.