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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in scaffolding, apparently it has been in the process of being cleaned like so many other beautiful buildings and artefacts in Rome. Apparently if you throw in 3 coins you got your wish of either marriage or divorce.
Then we walked along and down the Spanish steps, they didn’t appear to be much until we reached the bottom then looked up, we didn’t realize as we were walking down how ...
... him. Also another useless fact on a famous persons death. Atila the Hun died of a nose bleed on his wedding night. Got so drunk the blood dripped into his mouth & he drowned. Roman history is so cool! Romans were crazy sadistic people. The photo I attached of a skeleton with wings is outside the church of the dead. Rome was really dangerous place at night & people kept disappearing & getting murdered & thrown in the river. So these priests put a net ...
... for a spot of riposino! The Spanish Steps were tourist central today ... Must have been the sunshine and hour we passed through. Oh and if you want Ray Ban glasses or Prada bags this is the place to go - so good of those companies to provide so many street vendors with merchandise! All up a walk of a little more than 11km! Did you guess by now we are both engaged in tems for the Global Corporate Challenge this year? Walking and step counting are ...
The Pope is in Brazil right now so going to Vatican City on Wednesday when he addresses the masses was not going to happen for us. Instead we waited until Friday which a friend suggested would be less crowded. Also on our list though for Friday was a trip to the local flea market. So first we headed out towards PIazza di San Giovanni.
Finding it is easy because a line of vendors is packed tightly along the main street showing ...
... gate they needed to enter through. The citizens were seated according to their social class. The gladiators were prisoners of war taken from the many frontiers of Rome's conquests. They were trained in gladiators schools. There were originally four gladiator schools in Rome but hundreds others were scattered throughout the empire. It became a very lucrative business. Gladiators fought in the arena to the death, however, the emperor had the final say ...