Travel Blogs from Rome
The day started out as beautiful and by mid afternoon had turned wet and blustery - our first real encounter with autumn/winter weather. Of course, it had to be the day I forgot my brolly. Ended up looking like a bag lady with one of those really classy flimsy plastic ponchos.
Our morning was spent at the Colosseum, Palantine Hill …
This honeymoon has been fabulous. I am so lucky that I met a man that is interested in the same things that I have and one that is willing to be drug all over creation. He is as big as a geek as I am. We love architecture and history and art. Rome has all of these. We are getting plenty excercise walking all over Rome. Today we are going to the …
Another day of history and art. Our first stop is Musei Capitolini for ancient art. The Capitoline Museums (Italian Musei Capitolini) are a group of art and archaeological museums in Piazza del Campidoglio, on top of the famous Capitoline Hill in Rome, Italy. The museums are contained in three buildings surrounding a central trapezoidal piazza in a …
So I guess it is going to be religious Rome today. The smallest independent Sovereign State is Vatican city with 200 inhabitants. Cory was raised Catholic. I figured with his background he could teach me a lot about what we were about to see in the Vatican. The Vatican had changed in the last 3 years. They have put in metal detectors before you …
Last night was our honeymoon night and things didn't go quite according to plans. Cory and I had left the family so that we could start our honeymoon alone. We sat on our balcony drinking wine and nibbling on paninis and talking about the fantastic day that we had. We had told the family that we wouldn't be seeing them again. On his way to pick up …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
Was very happy with our stay here. Ticked all the boxes: free WIFi, hot showers, comfy beds, clean, helpful reception staff, close to Metro stations (Termini, Repubblica & Castro Pretoria). Needed to print off vouchers for pre-booked reservations to Colosseum - no problem! Would stay here again. Bathroom was very small, however this seemed to be consistent across Italy.
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