Residenza Domizia Smart Design
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... some yummy gelati. On our way back to the apartment stumbled upon a little biscuit shop with the amazing smell of fresh baking. Had to buy some biscuits and pastries (thankfully all the walking cancelled out the calories). Came home very tired, had a quick rest and then out to a local Pizzeria just around the corner from our apartment for dinner. Antipasta, bruschetta, four cheeses pizza and prosciutto pizza filled the four of us up nicely.
Another early night to ...
... closer the way we walked the day before was closed off, and we heard someone say that the Basilica was closed...and the crowds got thicker and thicker, and the number of school groups grew and grew! We soon gave up on heading into the square in front of the basilica, and took a walk down the street leading up to it. We started to noticed a few large screens dotted along the way...Nikki found an English speaking italian woman to ask what was going ...
... of earth had accumulated on top of the forum, burying it, over the course of 2,000 years. It's amazing to me, and makes me wonder what else is buried that they just haven't found yet.
We also visited the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps, but those were less impressive in my opinion. Honestly, had the Spanish Steps not had a name and there weren't a ton of people hanging around, I would ...
... of the religious beliefs within Rome. From the end of our walking tour we made our way back towards the Metro statin located near Vatican City and managed to stumble across the opening premiere of Chris Hemsworth new movie Rush. Unfortunately being 11.00pm at night we missed all the action but managed to get some photos of the red carpet and Ferrari parked out the front. We continued our journey home through the streets of Rome and jumped on ...
... It was back open when we finished lunch (where we got a fabulous meal deal). We went to the Colosseum and dreamed about being Lizzie McGuire. We all met up to leave, except for a kid named Julian didn't come back on time. Us kids waited as the adults searched the area for him. After an hour, he came back. He fell asleep on a bench. Typical Julian. We went back to the hotel to ...