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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... always a good option), and stumbled upon it........to find it completely covered with scaffolding and closed for repairs!!! We had to laugh. No coins in the fountain for us tonight. The good news is that we are staying at a hotel that is a stone's throw away from Giolitti's, one of the most famous gelaterias in Rome!! After a few missteps and wrong turns, we eventually were ordering our last gelato of the trip. This ...
This morning we went with our Collette Tour Group to the Vatican Museum, St Peters Basilica and the Sistine Chapel. St. Peters Basilica was enormous and was the most beautiful church we have ever seen. The Sistine Chapel was viewed in respectful silence, and Michelangelo does not disappoint. The guide told us they have more light on the paintings then in past times. In the afternoon Susy and Mike went to the Cappuccino Crypt ...
Well, this morning we woke up in Florence again but today was a special day – Ruby's eighteenth! I woke her up with the sweet sound of my voice singing happy birthday. For some reason she told me to "Shhhh". She woke up with red dots all over her face and some on her arms. I remember our room was filled with mossies in Florence so we put it down to that. We packed our bags and off we went. All roads lead to Rome and we were getting hotter ...
This morning we have our Vatican tour. It is actually a Jewish perspective tour. I figured we would get a better understanding this way. I told Bobby to expect a lot of people but we were not prepared for the crowds we would hit especially leaving the Vatican. We met our group, all Americans and our leader, Daniela. She has lived in Rome since she was 4. Her family Was originally from Egypt although they were not Egyptian, they were a combination of French, Spanish, and Turkish. We ...
We followed the Rick Steve’s Forum Walk. It was nice to have some understanding of what we were seeing. It was cool to see the place where Caesar was cremated. The senate building was preserved because it became a church. It would have been nice to go in, but it was closed today.
We next went into the Coliseum next. Rick Steves had an audio guide for that too! Is there any place in Europe he hasn’t made a guide ...