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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Scheppers Hotel Rome
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... the crypts of old popes. And beautiful side nave to pray, but Chris was 'racially profiled' and held back with Andrew until I said the were our family so they could enter side nave! We walked to lunch that Linda recommended nearly (but got lost finding it and had to wait 10 min till it opened at 12:30). We were sad to find out no pizza is served at lunch, but only at dinner. So A got very good ravioli, C and K rigatoni Amatricana. Me a mixed salad, shared pasta with K. ...
... br> The adventure was almost over, but one task remained – the rental car. Grammy and Grampy kept and eye on the kids, and Kristi came along to keep an eye on me, and navigate me back to the hotel. It was a beautiful evening for a stroll, and we had the car in short order. I hadn’t brought my passport, and I was afraid that some deeply ingrained Italian bureaucracy was going to shoot me down, but the lady at the counter just shook it off (I at least ...
... then a flat mop top of green. They look amazing in the heat. Spent ages in and around the Forum ... Reading the signs ... Trying to just wander through and try to fathom how old this place is. It was a wonderful place to walk and just gaze. The stone columns were amazing. The towering archways... The round building with the ORIGINAL brass doors... Almost 2000 years old. They have been there for almost 2000 years! These were breathtaking. Finally took my leave of the Forum, ...
... shown as other sheep around him. I picked up some CDs of Gregorian chant for my favorite musician in the gift shop.
I think I mentioned in another post that some churches stay pretty dark, but you can donate 50 cents and get light for a few minutes. L and I usually paid to turn on the lights once each time we entered one of these churches, but were always hoping others would do the same. Some people didn't understand they system and they would ...
... grate! Just across at the Ponte Palatino is the sewer outlet into the Fiume Tevere.
I just realised my last post was still in draft. Cinque Terre was unbelievably beautiful, Florence was amazing and Rome is Rome. Spent the best part of a day at the Colosseum and the Forum. Off to Monti to watch France v Germany now. Vatican tomorrow then on the plane on Sun.