- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... recommended mixed fish grill - yum !! The staff are super friendly and a bit flirty. The whole atmosphere and dining experience was superb, all topped off by a limoncello. Thank you Cindy !!
After dinner, it is time to head up to the Castel Sant'Angelo. We cross the bridge lined with famous angel statues. The Castel Sant'Angelo was built in 123 - 139 AD originally for use as a mosoleum for Emperor Hadrian. Since then the building has been used by ...
... Universita Gregoriana and is such named after Pope Gregory XIII. We had a lovely day strolling and taking it all in. We accidentally found ourselves in a very small but well to do piazza which had all the top names; LV, Christian Louboutin, Bottega Veneta and more. We saw more dogs out and behind giant metal gates are private pensiones and apartments which are centuries old. We finally made it to Campo Di Fiori, it wasn't by 1pm but we were pleasantly surprised ...
... explore without restriction. Once you get past the entry you can walk anywhere in the city. There were steps leading into apartment buildings that you were allowed to climb just as Romans did two thousand years ago! One amazing ruin that is almost completely preserved is the amphitheater. It held up to 3,000 people. It was completely open to explore, and it was amazing to walk up the steps and through the arches.
After visiting Ostia, we came back to campus. Since we ...
... the fountain at the feet of the steps. Would probably be weird not to have any. We made it to the top, admired the view and the cheers of whatever crowd was yelling in a nearby bar, and called it a day.
Quickest way home was by train, so we threw the dice on that and got the right numbers. Easy to get to where we needed, and soon back in the apartment for pizza followed by lemon cake with sorbet. This was a guessed dessert from the nearby supermarket ...
... event, the Roman Forum! This is one of the places we most wanted to see, and it didn’t disappoint. If the Capitoline Museums yesterday were overwhelming in their beauty, this place is overwhelming in its history. To walk the very streets once trod by Caesar, Augustus, Mark Antony, Pompey the Great, etc… What an experience! It boggles the mind. The renovated Curia, the building where the Roman Senate met, is ...