Residenza di Ripetta
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... wait to get into our Accommodation when no one answered. After phone calls to the owner and directions to a local Bar where we would find a spare key... Dean returned with the keys to our room and all was well. Today and yesterday I have walked further than I think I have ever walked!! I am exhausted, spent, done!! I could not look at another ruin, stand in another queue or give my death stare to another hawker poacher or beggar!! From the ...
... the open circle found at the top of the dome which allows the space to be filled with natural light. So feeling good about finally seeing inside the magnificent building we had been appreciating from our hotel window, we set out for one last cruise through the city on our final day in Rome.
That night we had the chance to check out a very special restaurant for our last meal in the capital city. On the strong recommendation of Sean, Mandy, Clay, Sawyer and Dennis ...
... he painted the ceiling. The use of pure Gold and Lapis ??? to create the color blue was very expensive. And Tapestries were woven of wool and ??? with silver. During restoration all the colors were restored, but the silve rremained tarnished. Should have used gold!!!
Almost done...On to the St Peter's church. This is the largest church in the world in the smallest country in the world with 0 Birth Rate. that one is for ...
... and with Bronte holding it high - just in case the owner was close by - proceeded to the nearest uniform. He read Bronte's mood very well and solemnly accepted the camera and promised to find the rightful owner. Bronte felt completely vindicated. Good for her. Do the right thing and feel good. It was still hot, we had kilometres under our feet, and our touristic zeal was flagging. A drink? Oh yes! Unlike the Colosseum, this part of Rome was open for business. Its a ...
... with people waving, throwing scarves at him that he cheekily threw back, mother were handing babies across to him to get kisses...the crowds were very excited and totes emosh to see the pope. We couldn't help but get caught up in the excitement, and were soon on tip toes to see the pope. And he drove past ....And we saw the pope! I don't think a trip to Rome could get more memorable. After all that excitement we needed a feed. And an ice cream. And a ...