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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... br> Globe Hall
We saw a hall of very inaccurate maps. They look like they were made early 19th century.
Most frescos were painted by Raphael. One section was painted by Raphael's pupils as a tribute to him after he died in 1720 aged 37.
... to say we waited, yes it was hot, and the kids were whinging. But it was well worth it, in 15mins the Pope appeared in his window to huge roar from the gathered crowd. It was actually quite emotional. He gave his Sunday address (of which we didn’t understand anything) and then blessed the crowd. It was wonderful to be part of this very ...
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HotelGolden Tulip Rome Airport Isola SacraArrival Date21 April 2014Departure Date22 April 2014Nights1Rooms1Room selectedRoom 1 Double BedPersons per room2 / 1Total rateEUR 89.00Guarantee PolicyCREDIT CARD PMTCancellation policyCANCEL BY 1600 20140420 LOCAL PROPERTY TIME
... be a friendly character. We get some good restaurant tips from him on the way, and soon enough we are at our B&B in the trendy Trastevere (emphasis on the "ev" syllable) district of Rome, just across the river from the Circus Maximus and the Colosseum. We're told that our street houses embassies and rich people, and the building are certainly large and impressive. Our B&B is called "Il Boom", and occupies the entire top floor of a small apartment building that I'm guessing ...
... I was carrying Adelaide in her harness, 40 degree heat, mostly without air conditioning, packed against other sweaty tourists, shuffling, shuffling, shuffling to the next major attraction. I literally had to hold my arms up in a square around Adelaide to protect her from being pushed, shoved, elbowed by all the others. I had thought London and Paris were busy…. But the Vatican Museums top them all off.