Le Due Lune
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to take with us. We then walked to the bus stop to catch the bus to the airport. We landed in Rome and caught a bus to the Vatican City where our hotel was. We checked in and walked into the centre for dinner. We had pizza at Pizzeria Baffetto, a mixed pizza and a calzone. After we walked to Piazza Navona and then Campo F'iori and got ...
We got on the open top bus early with a plan to get around the city and get off down near the ancient Rome area. But we saw too much amazing stuff, and couldnt resist getting off and having a look around. We got off at the basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore (would you believe one of 26 churches devoted to St Mary in Rome), went inside and had a look around. But the exterior was the impressive part of this one. Today we experienced getting ...
... us more time wherever we might be. After learning about the Forum and Julius Caesar, and with a promise of gelato and souvenirs, we walked/trammed our way over to St. John Lateran, which is the first church built by Constantine, who was the first Christian emperor of Rome. It is the home of the Bishop of Rome, who happens to be Pope Francis. It was a beautiful church!! It looked like St. Peter's on the outside, minus the dome, and had massive statues ...
Day 54 We have a city guild who takes use on a walking tour around Marrakech. We visit the Bahia Palace a splendid mansion built in 1866 for a former slave who had risen to a position of importance. We explore the tranquil inner courtyards, fragrant with orange blossom, themany salons and chambers that makeup this elegant home. We continue to the Marrakech museum, itself a former palace, which houses a fine collection of Morocan art and then. ...
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We feasted on cheese, cured meats and wine on top of the spanish steps at sunset and stuffed ourselves silly with gelato at the pantheon.
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