Villa Vecchia Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... is called Roman recycling. This is where any good stuff is taken off an older building by someone who has the money, power or both. These ruins are of brick only where they were once travertine white coated. We walk down to the Forum past ancient arches that successful generals had built for themselves and along paved roads that have been in use for over two thousand years with functioning drains from the same time. Much of this site was covered by 5-10 metres of silt from floods. ...
... many of them carry big automatic guns...... In this same square is the balcony that Mussolini would address the masses and also from here he built a wide, straight road linking "old Rome" (Colosseum area) with the "new Rome" centre he was developing. This road excavation uncovered the Roman Forum ruins. Then we drove a bit more, past the Spanish Steps (much less impressive than expected), the Castel Sant'Angelo (originally Emperor Hadrian's tomb but walls and towers added to make ...
... he says "keep them, no cost, but can you give me something for a cup of coffee." I dig out 2 euro, but he says "what about a note" No I say take them back, but before we know it the elephants have been taken back and we are left with 1 resin turtle with a value of 10 cents and two Euros lighter. Later we eat out not far from the hotel where the meals cost about €12 each and the soft drinks €6 each. Ripped off ...
... authentic coconut gelato I have ever tasted. At 10am we wandered on back to the Vatican feeling sorry for the thousands of people lining up for tickets, the lines wrapped around 3/4 of the Vatican City border, thankfully we had skip the passes and skipped straight on in. We spent 3hrs exploring the Vatican City and Sistine chapel, inconspicuously placing ourselves amongst other tour groups... We actually learnt some interesting things like: - the Vatican is its ...
We just finished looking at any of the last things we wanted to see and found our souvenirs for people that we wanted to get stuff in Rome for. My favorite here is going to be the blessed Rosary for my grandparents. ooo and I cant forget we tried finding this museum that was recommended it turned out to be a total bust. We walked all over the city to find this and Jenna and I sat down and gave up while Sarah and her parents kept looking. Turns out ...