- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... attack as we rolled down our street and I saw the graffiti on the walls, the teenagers lounging in the doorways...... What had I done? It took is a few circuits to find the address and get hold of Jasmin, who was only expecting us that afternoon, despite my email and Paolo's phone call to her husband 2 weeks ago. She arranged for us to leave our luggage with the outgoing tenants, and asked that we give her a few hours to clean the flat. We set off for Termini station ...
... 2000 years ago. Saint Peter's was built over Nero's stadium, the place where many Christians were fed to the lions (not the Colosseum, as we learned yesterday). Much of Rome and the Catholic church intertwine. We are learning that as Rome began to decay, the vacuum of power created the opportunity for the church to expand its power. Roman emperors as a power source morphed into the Pontifex Maxiumus.
... Rome, and although Paola from Casa Fabbrini recommended Hassler Hotel, I choose the Boscolo Exedra purely because it has a rooftop pool and cocktail bar, which I think for my last day would be relaxing. So I'm ready to go, and head towards the airport, following the airport signs, and am doing really really well...I even stop to fill up the tank with gas....and then somehow totally miss the final airport sign, go up a ramp and next thing I know, I'm on a motorway with no ...
... s Basilica. Roger is loving that - saves you hours in line. You can't imagine the throngs of people. St. Peter's is the world's largest basilica (seats over 60,000). It's embarrassingly ornate, but amazing nonetheless. Incredible when you consider how long ago it was built. Interesingly, it only ranks second among the four major basilicas in Rome. The Pope's official ecclesiastical seat is St. John Lateran, which is just down the street from ...
... people. although our photos don't reflect these crowds, which is due to Dave's amazing skills with getting the camera above all the heads :)
We nearly melted in the morning sun whilst our tour stood outside to look at the Vatican Gardens, and to admire St Peter Basilica, so it was with great relief that we finally went inside the Vatican Museums.