VOI Donna Camilla Savelli Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is broadcast in several languages asking for silence but it's totally ignored. The building is totally amazing though and I could've stayed much longer. The open oculus is 9 metres across and there are holes in the marble floor for the rain to drain out. I wish we'd been there during a downpour to have seen it. I also love the drinking fountains dotted around the city. Always somewhere to fill our drink bottles or cool our necks.
We carried ...
... dinner in. The shops at the station were everywhere and they found everything they wanted. A quick trip back to the apartment to stack the groceries and then off we went again!
This time we took the bus, in steamy 25 deg sunshine, a more pleasant drive. Stop number 5 was where we left our bus and headed up the street to Piazza Venezia. We walked around, up and down in and out of some amazing buildings. The Altare della Patria also known as the ...
... stick/pimp stick. We're so cool. The steps were three levels of huge white staircases, full of tourists and people selling things. We were early, so we found a spot on the steps and just sat and waited for a while, watching the people and getting in lots of photos. At one point Darren made a funny face in the background of a group of Asian tourists, then before we knew it one of them had come up to get a photo with us, then all the rest of them came too! ...
... really tall, making the space seem even larger, lots of light coming in from windows placed just under the tall ceilings, and incredible detail. There is a meridian line in the marble floor and a display of a pendulum with a quote from Galileo.
Veering off the Walking Rome route, and because I knew I was going to be nearby, I decided to take a look at Termini Train Station. It’s a madhouse! It’s as big as Paddington Station ...
... ahead and then left. Of we went walking through many beautiful corridors and eventually ending up at the Sistine Chapel. There we met another lady from a Trafalgar tour who had lost her group when she had to go to the loo. The guard was stern and said we could not enter without our group but we persisted we were lost and eventually he waved us through. ************e inside. We agreed that they couldn't possibly have been though the museum in half an hour so our only option ...