- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... glass. Well we did get a refill, and a chunk off the bill. To round off the day (which had had an ancient Roman flavour) we called in to Santa Maria Angeli, originally designed by Michaelangelo, and incorporating the Baths of Diocletian. In their day, these were the largest baths in Europe, and you can still see much of the original brickwork. A glorious church, with a wonderful domed ceiling, and ...
... t real marble they stood in exceptionally well. When we go to the baths we noticed that they were nothing like the baths we'd see the previous day. This was a sculpture museum with a cloister in the middle. In the center of the cloister were statues of animal head that appeared to be laughing. Its still not clear to me whether they two of the heads were horse heads or dragon heads. There were a few statues of heads on the side with big open mouths, with nothing behind them. ...
"Rome is the city of echoes, the city of illusions, and the city of yearning."
Giotto di Bondone
We departed Ardea early Tuesday morning and about 45 minutes later were trying to find a parking space outside our Rome accommodation in the San Lorenzo district. The previous guests were in the process of checking out at the end of their stay so we dropped off our bags and then headed back out into the rush hour traffic to the ...
... several times, until Andrea saved her. They now have a picture of a crazy Minnesotan on their phone.
And what can be say about the Vatican, we saw nuns who were nurses, pushing people in wheel chairs and smoking cigarettes. It's been a long time since we have seen nuns in habits. Rome is crawling with them. All the stuff at th Vatican is too overwhelming. Andrea was disappointed in the quality of curation in the Vatican museum. It ...
... some drawing and random items. What a fun "assignment"!
After breakfast, we went back to the Colosseum and met our classmates, waiting for our Art History teacher Paulo. I had my notebook and pen out and ready for note-taking! The class was quite interesting. Our professor was wearing plaid shorts, a fedora, tube socks, and all shades of blue! He taught us a lot about the architecture of Classic Rome, the basis for the Renaissance. We literally sat at ...