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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... I had no problem suggesting to hotel staff that they move us to a hotel room. Well there was a little more to it than that and it wasn't in ugly tourist mode either...Bridget felt the whole exchange was humourous. t. It was explained that fault was line. Repair dependent on the electrical authority. How long would that take? No idea. So should they move us to another apartment was discusses between the two lovely staffers ...not if in the same building said ...
... the dome as well, you have to climup up 500 twisting steps, and once you get to the dome, you get a nice, spectacular view of Rome from atop St Peter's Basilica. The artwork inside the church's walls, and on the dome, are just breath-taking.
... t work out what's different but it's not nice. We were hoping for a few slices of salami and cheese like the other continental brekkies we've had but there weren't any on offer. After the strange breakfast we walked to the Trevi Fountain. Alex threw a coin into the fountain and made a wish to return to Rome, and to have a perfect holiday. From here we wandered on to Piazza did Spagna and the Spanish Steps. A bride and groom were ...
... carousel go round and round and never seeing our luggage
Mom highlight - being able to walk up the Spanish steps
Brian lowlight - lost luggage
Brian highlight - creme caramel gelato at Gelato di San Crispino
Claibourne lowlight - everything about Alitalia
Claibourne highlight - Trevi Fountain
Christine lowlight - traveling and all it entailed, especially lost luggage
Christine highlight - Trevi Fountain
... a piece of Margarita pizza (pizza base with tomato sauce and mozzarella very simple but amazingly tasty! We wandered for a bit then stumbled across the arch of Constantine (Constantine was a roman emperor and the arch was constructed in the 4th century AD). We had now taken in the majority of what remains of Ancient Rome. Our next sight was the Vittorio Emanuele Monument just around the corner from the roman forum. It is a monstrosity and is created or marble. It's was ...