Sotto La Cupola Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Today I visited the mother of all Catholic Churches. It is called the Archbasilica of St John the Baptist, and is the cathedral seat of the bishop of Rome ( the Pope ). It was declared a house of god in 324, but because of fires and earthquakes destroying previous buildings, this version of the basilica was built in the 17th century. The larger than life statues of the 12 apostles were individually commissioned in 1704 and 1705. ...
... elected pope under the name of Gregory VII, got involved into the Investiture Controversy against Emperor Henry IV. In that occasion Rome was sacked and burned by the Normans of Robert Guiscard, rushed to the Pope`s aid, who was ...
We got up at 8 because we had to pick deejay up from termini at 9:22. We were checked out before 9 so we got a bite to eat before we went to the train station. AFTer a bit of arseing around we found deejay's platform and waited for her train to come in. It was a nice reunion. We chatted about Vienna and what we'd been doing, dropped our bags off and then went for coffee and a bite to eat for deejay. She'd not been able to book a ...
... quiz for all that Italian that I had been learning, and I didn't do too badly (At least, I think).
During all this, I was able to text our Air BnB host, Alessandro, and he was ready and waiting when we arrived on Via Del Governo Vecchio. The apartment was in a great location. The street had everything we needed in close proximity (including a grocery store that was open on Sundays - things have changed ...
... sand is harena or arena), covering an elaborate underground structure called the hypogeum (literally meaning "underground"). Little now remains of the original arena floor, but the hypogeum is still clearly visible. It consisted of a two-level subterranean network of tunnels and cages beneath the arena where gladiators and animals were held before contests began. Eighty vertical shafts provided instant access to the arena for caged animals and scenery pieces concealed underneath; ...