Hotel Mari 2
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... inscribed his name to any, but one, the temple of his father Trajan. That is why the Roman Pantheon bears the inscription of Marcus Agrippa, and not the emperor Hadrian.
The pediment,(the triangle section above the inscription) is blank today, but there would have been sculpture that acted out the battle of the Titans. Great bronze doors guard the entrance to the cella and would have been covered in gold, but it has long since ...
... owner of the whole shooting match where we are staying also came along for check in, our reputation again. Sorry, seems he wanted to check out the plumbing but also very helpful. Disappointed that we were only on the 1st floor and not the 6th floor! Seems so much to see and do in so little time, we are not sure of the current conditioning of the new arrivals, maybe will need to prescribe a spoonful of cement. Went to ...
Saturday 3rd May
Yesterday I arrived in Rome and found my way to my accommodation without any problems. The plane left Paris 40 mins late and it over an hour to get through Italian customs. Someone need to explain to or show the Italians the system of ropes on poles as crowd and queue control. But no they seem to prefer the system of maybe 500 people tring to get through 4 immigration booths. ...
... and earthquakes, only the north side of the building now remains, as well as the underground passages which are now open to the public. Due to renovations over the years, the outside wall is in fact the original interior wall. A museum dedicated to Eros is to be found on the upper floor of the outer wall. Republic Square Viminal Hill is the smallest of Rome’s Seven Hills, and on its summit you will find the charming Republic Square. This semi-circular piazza was built over the ...
... points as we circumnavigated the Palatine Hill. Now dominating the Capitoline Hill sits a monument to Italy's unification: The Vittorio Emanuelle II monument. Often compared to a decorated wedding cake, this high, white behemoth seems always to be looking over your shoulder, no matter where in Rome you happen to be. So we decided to sit on its shoulders via an elevator ride to its roof. It offers spectacular views, well worth the time and euros. We took a break, then went ...