Photos of Residenza A
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Rome
... previous Pope's. This was pretty interesting and unique, because it wasn't originally part of our tour. We also went to the Sistine Chapel where Michelangelo painted the famous ceiling. This took him 4 years and photography is not allowed in the chapel. Everyone in our group expected the Sistine Chapel to be a lot larger than it was, but still was beautiful!
We had a great day in Rome and would recommend Real Rome Tours ...
... stuff back and stayed the night again with us.
Sunday morning we woke up early because we had tickets to the papal Mass, had a little mishap leaving the apartment, but everything got cleared up and we were on our way to the papal Mass! Unfortunately, it decided to pour down rain, but we stopped in a coffee shop and got coffee and croissants for breakfast and then got in line to go to Mass in St. Peter’s Square. We got ...
... 8217;s for Salamellas for dinner.
Mon 3rd: Took the Metro to the Vatican, but abandoned that idea of going inside ...
... minutes to dinner at a wine resort, which too seemed to be lacking in customers. Come to find out, it was a Michelin starred restaurant, and we had a memorable last supper to celebrate the end of a terrific month long adventure.
In the morning, Dave easily drives to Fumincino and we return our Fiat, which actually had turned out to be a good car.
I am off to Rome by train for one week before catching up with the kids once again. Miss you already, ...
... to school, so he spoke very fluent English. He told me the craziest thing about Rome, I honestly did not believe him when he told me. There are three levels of Rome, the top one that everyone visits now, and there are two more beneath it. This means that there are literally two massive cities underneath the streets of Rome! The reason for this is that the water levels kept rising in Rome and flooding the city, so the people would ...