Residenza di Ripetta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
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... things in Rome is the Trevi Fountain so I really wanted to go see it, so we headed that way. We finally found it and I wanted to cry. They are doing a huge renovation and there was no water in the fountain. I'm still a sucker for making wishes and still threw a coin in, but it wasn't the same. We had pizza and drinks at another outdoor cafe and enjoyed our last night on our Eurotrip. We walked back to the hotel and stopped at a few fountains on the ...
... to our hotel later.
Next we hopped on a bus to go to the Trevi Fountain. Unfortunately many of the streets are not labeled and we had no idea where we were. While we were trying to figure it out, 2 Polizia boarded the bus and the bus driver and someone else were outside the bus yelling at each other and everyone was asked to get off the bus. We finally found our way and after what seemed like 5 miles of ...
... us about an hour before we were used to the crowds but then we could start enjoying it. Venice it truly something special. It is a city build in the sea on poles by the Romans. It was built to protect themselves against the Barbarians around 600 AD. Later it flourished as a trade city and a gate way between East and West. These glory days are long gone but the well maintained place has kept its beauty and special character. The narrow canals have very busy boat traffic and the ...
... St. Peter's Square. Our guide pointed out to us where the Pope's room is, where he sleeps, and where the window is which he appears from.
With the Vatican City tour concluded we were given time to explore the area, and have lunch, before meeting up again at the Piazza Venezia for the afternoon Roman Forum and Colosseum tour.
P.S It would seem that I forget to take photos of the ceiling, you might have to Google ...
... ups throughout. The lighting is excellent, as are the sitting opportunities (always an important element in museum walking, in my view). After a terrible lunch (overpriced, ingredients left off our pizza, and a 6 euro table fee), we walked around the area to see a few churches with some absolutely fabulous interiors.
And now, I'm tired and don't feel like writing any more than ...