- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... in the warmth. Walked through the Borghesi park, lots of cyclists and Segway riders.
Day2, just headed out walking to see where we would end up. We headed for the river and ended up near the Castel San Angelico, had the best and cheapest coffee sitting under the trees watching the crowds wander by. We walked around the Castel and then wandered up to St Peter’s square for a look around along with thousands ...
... our room, reorganized, and set off to explore.
Our destination was the Ponte St. Angelo, a beautiful bridge over the Fiume Tevere. We took off and found our way first to the Spanish Steps, where hundreds of azalea plants line the steps in the spring. It was crowded with tourists, but beautiful. Winding our way through the tiny cobblestone streets that we knew "were going in the right direction," we happened upon the Pantheon ("OMG, there's ...
... the nearby Campo di Fiori secures pasta and a dry tomato mix which will be dinner tonight and a beautiful glass of pomegranate juice. It might be a few more days before I see steak or lamb again. We plot our afternoon to visit churches. TD wants more of that old time religion. Also on the agenda is the fact that the ones she is planning to visit have artworks by Caravaggio (mid or late16th century). We go via Piazza Navona to see a fountain by Bernini and a sculpture by Raphael. ...
... place I've ever been.
To start off, we arrived early and found out it was much harder than expected to scurry around making our way in a country we did not know, not speaking anything more than 'grazie'. By the time we left, however, we were having full on conversations (properly waving our hands in the correct manner) with locals and we were legends...just kidding but we actually did successfully figure out how to navigate the circular nature of Rome and where ...
... 22nd so I spent most of the rest of my day writing my paper. However, the finals of the world cup were on so we decided to go to a popular Irish pub to watch it. One of my roommates Shelby is pretty funny so she came up with this tweet:
"Currently we are in an Irish bar, bartenders are from London and New Zealand, eating American food, drinking German beer, cheering for Argentina.....in Rome. Culture." ...
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