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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
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... 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 ...
... their own hands as they cross one of Rome's busiest roads here. We figure that there is safety in numbers, so we cross with a large group of tourists and locals, but this turns out to be an interesting exercise as motorbikes don't seem to care and weave through the group. We spend some time walking up Via del Corso toward Piazza del Popolo, browsing the many shops that line this street, before heading back on the opposite side of the road.
On our way back in ...
Today we spent the day doing the hop on hop off bus,,,,,first stop was the Spanish steps and the Trevi fountain again by day,,,,it was still crazy there ,lol. ,,then on to the colosseum ,,,,that was amazing well worth seeing ,,,,then made our way back to the hotel to get ready for dinner ,,,,up early tomorrow to do visit the Pope for a cuppa ...
... Tip 7 - Colossium
Be prepared for the Colossium. It is spectacular but it is a ruin. My husband had already visited the Colossium so we didn't go inside but all around it are the other ruins of the Forum and Palatino. One thing we were seriously contemplating was a segway ride around the Colossium. It looked loads of fun but quite pricey which we felt it wasn't something we could justify.
Tip 8 - Park by Villa Borghese
We managed to leave the apartment this morning by 8.45am - a minor miracle even before we reached the Vatican! Quick stop off at our favourite little cafe around the corner (I like it because the owner, an older gentleman, smiled at us when we walked in on our very first morning AND gave the kids a chocolate!) for a latte and a pastry then on our way with thousands of other pilgrims and tourists to the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, something I have been ...