Petra Hotel & Residence
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... to as "Ciampino Airport", as it is located beside Ciampino, south-east of Rome. A third airport, the Roma-Urbe Airport, is a small, low-traffic airport located about 6 km (4 mi) north of the city centre, which handles most helicopter and private flights.
The city suffers from traffic ...
... our welcome letter and the keys to our apartment!!
About 5 minutes after we entered, two other girls, Charrie Mae and Jessica from UCI came in and Charrie just happened to be another apartment mate of mine! After a basic introduction and insturction from one of our program coordinators we waited with Jessica for another of her apartment mates to arrive so that they could share a taxi.
Another interesting taxi ride later we arrived at our nice 4 bedroom, 3 ...
... Our waitress gave us a real sense of Italian women, offering me another steak knife if I needed it for Daniel later, lol!!!! Day 2 in Rome, we walked to the hop on hop off bus and did the entire lap around Rome, not knowing where to look at all the magnificent buildings! And oh the history! So much I have read about, studied seen pictures and movies and to actually be here is unbelievable!! Although the lady on the front of the bus who decided to put up ...
... naval battles, though evidence of this is a little sketchy. The building itself is 189m long, 156m wide and the remains of the outer wall rise to almost 50m. The arena floor itself measured 83m by 48m and was covered in sand. Below the arena floor was the hypogeum, an underground network of chambers and tunnels that held the animals and gladiators before the fights. There is even evidence of the extensive use of machinery in the hypogeum - hordes ...
... departures board until our train's platform came up, fortunately right next to where we were standing. Our carriage was halfway down the platform, and we found our seats and space for our luggage without much trouble. We were in a group of four facing seats with a small table in between. The couple in the facing seats got off in Florence, as did many of the occupants of the carriage, and we had the four seats to ourselves for the rest of the journey. Our arrival in Rome was right ...