- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... to see the beautiful white Altar of the Fatherland, also known as the 'Wedding Cake' where the tomb of the unknown soldier lays and Mussolini's Balcony at Palazzo Venezia which is to the left of the Wedding Cake and is where Mussolini made many speeches including the one where he declared war on England on 10 June 1944.
We spent the remainder of the afternoon walking the streets of Rome exploring the many market stalls, shops ...
... showers before heading off to dinner with a view of the Colloseum.
Then we had a bit of a wander around ending at a Piazza (can't remember which one exactly) and headed to an American bar for cheap(ish) drinks and drinking games.
After a few too many rounds of flip cup it was back to the hotel where I discovered my new drunk food of choice, vegemite and pringles. Try ...
Another two amazing days in Rome over and done with. So packed full of sight seeing and history that I'm sensing a bit of an overload approaching... And definitely so much of everything that it would be necessary to update every night, but alas, the hotel wifi was taking a night off last night. Hence, no posting. Yesterday was a day of walking around Trastevere and Aventino Hill plus the tiny little tour of the Vatican Museums and St Peter's Cathedral... Plenty of churches for ...
... fair share of lightening. But luck must have been on our side because it never rained too much and for the most part the clouds moved away from the area. After the forum, we decided to just walk around town for a little while. This didn't lead to many things but we did see a very large group of **** hawkers running away from the cops, so apparently that's a legal profession. We got some more gelato, saw a government building ...
... course, managed some more shopping!! I even managed to get a decent coffee - finally! Fraser had opted to chill out with his book in our room. In the evening we had a drink on the roof terrace of our hotel, which overlooks the church of St Ignazio. Then we wandered past the Piazza Navona to a little restaurant recommended by Tomasso, who mans the front desk of our hotel. Excellent food, and loved wandering through the crowded streets of Rome at ...