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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Family rooms
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... back to antiquity, whilst the city today can boast a collection of public fountains that has no parallel to any other city in the world! In Baroque Rome, fountains were seen as a reflection of the generosity associated with papal families.
The play of water over marble, no matter how humble the design, provided local Romans with entertainments and a much needed, secure supply of water which could easily be carried home. The popes saw ...
... Juice kiosk, when the cashier puts the lid on my drink a little too agressively, spilling half of my Green Tea Buzz all over most of her counter. While she scrambles to clean up the mess, her less-than-stellar assistant finishes blending the order in front of him, THEN proceeds to take another, completely ignoring me and my half-empty cup. Go guy. Meanwhile, at the Sushi Shop next door, one worker is dusting the ...
... ago. Next we walked through the streets and our guide Jesus pointed out other places of interest, including the Italian parliament and the house of Shelley & Keats. We then went to the Pantheon. It is still hard to believe that this massive structure sits in the middle of the city! After the Pantheon we each found a local place to eat and many went to a pizzeria to try the local fare. We also had some free time to explore some more of Rome and to get shopping ...
... the original one more time by the Trevi. So, one more journey across Rome and our last stop at Blue Ice. Ethan got chocolate mint, Camden got trifle (everyone agreed this was the best!), Mom got lemon, Dad got pineapple, and Bryn got chocolate. What a fitting way to say goodbye to Rome!
Today we went to the Pantheon and it was raining. Inside!!! The Pantheon was really cool but the best part was the hole in ...
... inside and with the numerous people it made it even worse. To be honest I am pretty disappointed in Rome so far. I find it to be very dirty, the graffiti is everywhere, the peddlers are plentiful and quit annoying, and I have found the Italians to be less than cordial to the many visitors that patronize their city. From cab drivers, to concierges, to tour bus attendees. We have had a ...