Quality Hotel Rouge Et Noir Roma
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... all rubbish at airports. You just go to the station and get on a train. As long as you are on the platform 10 to 15 minutes before the train leaves you are OK.
Got to Rome and within 30 minutes we had left the train, got a taxi and arrived at the apartment!
Settled in quickly and went to the local Supermarket for supplies. The area we are in looks a bit rough, but we have been assured it is safe to ...
... rather musky and grassy. Seriously they need to invent how to capture smells.
We then made a brief stop at the Trajan market which houses one of the best preserved roman streets and market. It was funny to see how there were actual several stories to this market, like a legit mall of some sort. We also visited the Victorriano which is referred to as the wedding cake of Rome by the Romans. It is referred to it this way by the romans since it was built in 1911 and although ...
... and we ended up all following...I dont know if it was the atmosphere, or just feeling guilty that I haven't been as faithful as I should to going to mass religiously every weekend and praying. But once I got into confessions I walked out crying...and then Jenna went in and she walked out crying too. It was such a humbling and perfect experience. From that day I pray the rosary every night and am going to try my hardest to get to mass when I can. If only ...
... used the art form of tenebrism. Tenebrism is the style of painting that uses darkness, light sources, and shadows to portray a scene.
Friday was pretty much a lazy day. For dinner on Fridays we have V.I.P. (very Italian pizza), and a special guest. This Friday we had pizza and watched the Human Experience. It was a very touching documentary that really got me thinking about my family. One part was about a lady with ...
... side of this huge white marble structure, there are chariots and winged goddesses that are easily recognizable even from such a distance. Up close, I liked the tomb of the Unknown Soldier, surrounded by Italian military, and carved all the way across the length of the building.
The traffic around the Vittoriano (the Piazza has one of those traffic circles!) is crazy. I don’t know how they decide which pedestrian ...