Hotel Pulitzer Roma
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... heading out for a day simply of walking in the nearby area. Nearby at an excavation site there is a cat sanctuary so of course time admiring all the cats...and a pat or two. And "No Bridget..we cant take them all home". Although we knew Trevi Fountain to be closed for repairs we still made a visit and yes I felt disappointed it wasn't operational. However I did still get to throw "three coins in the fountain". Purely by accident ...
... where we got our brioche with profiteroles flavoured gelato and sat on the fountain steps taking it all in. Our plan from here was to jump on the hop on hop off bus and do another lap of the sites before heading back to our hotel, but for some strange reason the bus is never where we think its going to be and we seem to never be where the bus is so after doing laps in the wrong direction we decided to take it ...
... the Vatican. 6. If you change the Vatican you change the world. 5. The catacombs in Rome include 30 miles of tombs including 16 Popes. 4. 30 miles of Catacombs = 500,000 tombs - many of which contain multiple bodies or entire families. 3. Michelangelo's Moses' eyes will follow you if you walk past him. 2. A cold Peroni hits the spot after 8 hours of touring 1. There are no coincidences in ...
... ran into the Pope that would be kinda cool! It was recommended to see everything to take a guided tour, not only to get context of what we were seeing (especially since we don't know the religious history), but because you skipped the lines. That in itself paid for the tour tickets. The lineup to get into the Vatican Museums was 3 blocks long, and St Peter's Basilica was at least 10! The tour was about 4 hours long. We learned about the famous Rafael frescoes. It's amazing to see these ...
I woke up a bit late today. With not much light left in the day, I decided to go to Fontana de Trevi and go shopping on via del Corso. Oh Zara how I've missed you!
Shopping tip: Don't forget to ask for the VAT form to get your tax refund upon leaving Europe. For those of you unfamiliar, VAT stands for Value Added Tax which is a tax levied by the EU. ...