- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Inside are an array of 2nd and 3rd century epitaphs (inscriptions honoring the dead) and classic symbols of Jewish religion and also Greco-Roman motifs which include dolphins, grapevines, tridents, Menorahs, Shofars, and Ethrogs. Unfortunately, the catacombs are closed to the public due to structure instability and toxic gas. Christian burial use in the form of Catacombs ceased in the 5th century but the memory of the catacombs was ...
... go for a few reasons, 1) we didnt come to Rome to just hang out with Americans and do a bunch of American things like get drunk, 2) we were extremely tired after being up since 1am Rome time because we still hadn't gotten used to the time change. But we decided to go anyway because we thought it'd be best to socialize and get to know the people in our program.
We walked from our Apartments in the Prati neighborhood about 5 kms south to the ...
... to go. Just 13 Euro's per person and we had a private tour (only 13 people) of St. Peter's underground or SCAVI tour.
This 1 1/2 hour tour took us back some 2,000 years ago to the burial grounds and sacred sites under St. Peter's Basilica itself. We had an excellent, well-informed guide who spoke with amazing detail about life and burial protocol back in the first century. At this point in our walking tour both Tom and I ...
... makes American clothes seem disposable. Traveling to the city during the off-season was fortunate. The temperature was usually in the 50s so we never had to deal with the humidity and crowds most people describe when they visit. We stayed at a hostel conveniently located near the main train station. It was a great jumping off point for walking around, which was an excellent way to see the city. Similarly to NYC and London, when you turn the corner and ...
... about it said that there were 138 steps, but when I counted there were 136. After we came back down the stairs we looked for some lunch. We found a McDonald's and went in. There was a plauque saying that it was the first McDonald's built in Rome. They also have a self serve machine. It looks like an ATM and a vending machine put together. We had lunch then went to the nearest bus stop. We got on and went to ...