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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Scheppers Hotel Rome
Travel Blogs from Rome
... crowds began and would continue for the next three hours. Terry and Sue, it was like Junfraujoch all over again! Luckily the majority of the crowds were polite and not very pushy as we worked our way through the Vatican museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica. Being herded like cattle we took as many photos as possible so we could appreciate it all in a relaxed manner later. Unfortunately, but understandably, we could not take photos inside the ...
... s how you do it, I'm a legend at this. She high fives Dan and starts telling Meg that she will do the negotiations for the handbag she has been admiring.
We walked and walked and got lost. Meg set us straight - again.We headed back to the restaurant we ate at the first night. The waiters are happy to see us again and especially Lily. They are young guys, but so taken by her and play & pull faces at her all through dinner.
More walking and home for bed. ...
... the 2 hour tour was over because despite the heat (about 90 degrees) I really love the ancient aspects of Rome and I sadly wont be taking her class this semester.
I really look forward to going back to the historic center to get some better pictures, hopefully during a time with less tourists. And maybe there'll be more visits to the ancient sights during my Urban History of Rome course this semester.
... was revealed. So it was only recently discovered in the scheme of the history of Rome. We really enjoyed seeing where Peter was buried and being under the basilica and in such secret and dark places. We then went up into the main church and looked in awe at the magnificent highly decorative everything. There is no other way of saying it. After this we transported back to Rome and met up with some friends from the cruise we went on 5 years ago. ...
... in July! I want to say I've never seen so many priests, pastors, clergymen, and nuns wandering around before, but the truth is I've never seen ANY wandering around before. The first time you're ordering a cappuccino and the customer next to you in line has a white collar or in a habit takes you off guard, but then you get used to it. Sort of. We stopped for a bruschetta on the way home from the Vatican. And when I say A bruschetta I mean ONE bruschetta. The menu said bruschetta ...