Hotel Pulitzer Roma
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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As we awoke from our short sleep in beautiful Santorini, we knew that Rome would be special, it had everything. Great food, people, huge land marks and overall a great sense of history and prestige. We were even more excited to be at the Athens airport than usual as well. Just before we went to sleep a phone called Jess' phone, my phone. A man answered and told Jess he had a phone that didn't belong to him and found my distress in Greek ...
... it was all dug up in 2008 and certainly looks nice now. There is a giant statue of Cavour in the middle and it seems a really nice part of new Rome. There was another lovely church in this Piazza as well. Walking on to Piazza di Poppolo was easy and we enjoyed the ambience. Mignon will appreciate that there was a great guitarist busker doing Pink Floyd initially and then Smoke on the Water – just for Craig and Lina (the song we danced to ...
today I had in Rome I was going to do some volunteer work for volunteers for peace Before I went to my volunteer work I thought I might get some quick shopping in and see what they had so I went to the most famous street in Rome for shopping and had a look and you would think being all individual shops there wouldn't be so much but there is so many fashionable shops there that it is ridicules. I think the only bad thing about the place ...
... just down the street from St Peter's Square. It is an old 15th century palace where the Pope lived, who contracted Michaelangelo to paint the Sistine Chapel. We had dinner at a very nice Italian restaurant in Vatican City. They were getting ready to close but allowed us to eat anyway. We sat outside, and the owner came out and chatted with us. After dinner, we walked around St Peter's Square. A choral group was walking around, singing very softly. It was very ...
... the gardens are just magnificent. The villa was commissioned by Cardinal Ippolito Il D'Este (grandson of Pope Alexander IV). It was built in the mid-1500's. Not only does it have an incredible view across the countryside and back towards Rome, but it has a vast display of water features and fountains. It's quite magnificent.
We then went to Hadrian's Villa, which is basically a ruin or archaelogical dig. It was constructed as a retreat for the Roman Emporer hadrian in the 2nd ...