Aenea Superior Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at our fingertips...most everything was right outside our front door. We still naturally got lost a few times, but we have become accustomed to that! We opted for no gelato knowing that Rome would have some for us. I can guarantee that we will be getting gelato the last morning in Rome!!! Our tickets just so happened to be first class and after getting taste of that, we've decided we're not taking second class ...
I like a good bit of fabric shopping. All around I've seen tailors and some really good work in their windows. Today over in the pantheon area I tracked down this massive cave of fabric. They were incredibly helpful and were happy to do a deal for cash. I have a couple of lovely pieces of silk voile - this being all I'm ...
This past week my mom and grandma left Italy for the United States :(. It was sad to see them go but I'll be seeing them very soon. This weekend was very exciting. Saturday night, Maggie, Nico, Rachel, Breanna, and I went to a Roma Soccer Game! Rome's professional soccer team is called Roma and has one of the best professional soccer players, Francesco Totti. They play at Stadio Olimpico! We had bought tickets a while ago and were so ...
... between Termini train station, the Verano graveyard, via Tiburtina, and the Scalo Merci. Apparently, it was developed reasonably quickly during the last two decades of the 19th Century, when building fever hit Rome following Italy's unification. Its growth was reportedly "characterized by great excitement and little planning". So when funding ran out after just a few years, many buildings in the area were left unfinished or had been completed ...
... largest unreinforced concrete dome ever built and two towering bronze doors. Our tour ended at the Trevi Fountain - which we discovered is just around the corner from our hotel! We decide to return to the crowded Piazza di Trevi when it's less crowded. I was very keen to visit the Colosseum - but not to walk there. Our feet are quite sore (some might say "soft"!). Subway it is! The Roman Metro is senza complicazioni - without complication. Two lines, red and ...