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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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...you eat only pizza and gelato because that's all we can afford. Well, Wade ate pizza and gelato...these happen to be 2 foods I don't like, hence my experience of weight loss in Rome. This is Sonia, by the way- Wade is experiencing 'writer's block.' I told him to go eat more gelato. Luckily we got to stay with a friend in Rome for 3 nights. We walked through the ...
... chapel, not the rest of the museum so I'm sure we missed out on a lot of interesting history about the rest of the building and the art. Although I did hear snippets. Like how some statues would have glass eyes that had colored irises. There were a couple that survived and they were on display... CREEPY!! We also went to St. Peter's basilica to check it out not in the rain. It's really quite beautiful. And the podcast for that had some interesting info. Like ...
... streets you wouldn't normally know about. We revisited the Pantheon, and then walked through several back streets as he explained the history of Rome to us and occasionally pointing out the must visit restaurants and the most famous gelato shop in all of Rome. We eventually made our way to the Vatican where we ended the tour. We gave him a nice tip and thanked him for everything. Then we went to see the Vatican. As we approached we saw the line lasted about four hours to ...
... money man he negotiated with me. "No! You give me 100 Euros. A taxi would cost you that. Give me 100 Euros." I was astounded as I thought that was a bit steep. Sure he'd bought the tickets (maybe 6 Euros) and had given us his time - but 100! The taxi to the station had cost us less than 10 Euros so I was pretty sure a taxi would have cost us about 30. Then I was trying to offer him 50 but he kept repeating that he wanted 100. What can you do? In the end I pulled out an extra 50 ...
... were so many people in front of us and behind us. There was no turning back. It was so worth it once we got to the top, on the back was the Vatican City, and in the front was Rome. I'm afraid my words really just can't do it justice. The detail in the architecture is unreal, there are giant mosaics, frescoes, statues, paintings, wood carvings, ornaments, every square inch is a peice of high quality art, and the place is huge.