Residenza Domizia Smart Design
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Many of the areas within these special hallways leading into the Sistine Chapel do not allow flash pictures and once into the chapel itself no pictures may be taken at all. The closer the crowd came to the very small ancient stairway leading down and then up into the chapel, the more quiet the crowd became, but noticeably the groups using a tour guide speaking to them through headsets in a foreign language did not see or read the warning ...
... second largest city in Italy, with Tarentum being the largest. It had an area of about 285 hectares (1.1 sq mile) and an estimated population of 35,000. Other sources suggest the population was just under 100,000 from 600–500 ...
... somewhere else and catch you unawares. If you are not careful, the full 20kg comes crushing down on your foot! We checked in and printed our boarding passes at the hotel which will save time. We ordered in room service but could have ordered just one serve. Time for an early night, then off to Singapore tomorrow. We arrive at what should be about midnight but will be 6am. More jet lag to follow ?? Let's hope they have a room early for ...
I'm laying in bed writing this. I'm so tired but also very satisfied with what Mary and I have done in the time we have been here. From the moment we boarded the train in La Spezia for Rome, I knew it was going to be great. Speaking of our train journey...we shared our compartment with some locals who were heading to Rome for a concert and a wedding. I will just say that it was highly entertaining with Giacomo telling us all the funniest stories, a little in broken English for ...
... store. By luck, a man from a bus tour company told us about a hostel just down the street. Our first night was rough. I got the worst fever complete with the sweats and shivers as well as aching from my body I swear I caught the plague from that mouse in our first hostel in London. If that wasn't bad enough, I was continuously woken up by people turning on lights. When it was 7 pm, I couldn't be mad, but when it was 5 am I was furious. The switched lights on and ...