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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... railway node for central Italy. Rome's main railway station, Termini, is one of the largest railway stations in Europe and the most heavily used in Italy, with around 400 thousand travellers passing through every day. The second-largest station in the city, Roma Tiburtina, has been redeveloped as a high-speed rail terminus.
... a cool people in my program, and my teacher Rita is hilarious. I'm in the only afternoon class from 3-6:30 (30 min break in there which is crucial), and even though at first I was trying to switch out to the morning class, I really like having the morning to do things since a lot of stuff closes after 2! For example, today I went to this huge indoor farmers market thing near my apartment called Trionfale, where I got ...
... t have any water so exited the church and the coughing stopped as soon as I walked out the door! Weird!
I thought a nice gelati might help my throat (that's my excuse!) and found a gelati shop in the piazza doing good business and while I licked away, listened to some good live music in the square. The statue with steps up to it was packed with people, listening to the music as the last of the warmth of the day was ebbing away and people were ...
... been. But to me, the memories that we have with our friends are way more important! Ten years down the road I will definitely remember the inside jokes and hilarious moments we had, compared to the famous monuments and buildings we missed out on! Our time in Italy has come to and end! After twelve days, five cities, and a bunch of wonderful memories, we are moving onto our next country! We are currently on a train and in approximately twenty hours we ...
... by a train into Rome. Cost 3 Euro return - we were quite amazed as everyone has told us how expensive Italy is and this is the capital city!
Twenty minutes later we were in the heart of Rome. We walked out of the station and "Wow!" Directly in front of us, a massive stone archway with the most beautiful, most detailed statues embellishing it. A Roman, I am guessing, dressed in robes and pointing to a book, but every fold of his ...