Hotel Mari 2
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... enough to see it, so although there are signs prohibiting it, they are basically encouraging it. So yes, I did throw my coin into the fountain and hopefully I will one day return to Rome.
After this, we headed to Piazza Navona to watch some street performers and admire the fountains and buildings before heading off to get the best dinner I have had in Europe. The name of the restaurant is Ostaria del Moro da Tony. It looks just like any other ...
... had a coffee, walked leisurely, found an interesting market being held and then shared a sandwich. When we did go in – Wow – another breath taking museum with beautiful art was evident. Today we saw 4 Caravaggio's but what was even better were the Bernini sculptures which were among the best we have seen. Additionally there were Titians, Van Dyks and so on.
Furthermore, the rooms of the ...
... We were able to spend the afternoon and evening with them doing some sightseeing and eating. Lucky these two speak impressive Italian for two aussies otherwise we would have had half the luck pulling the stunt we did at the Vatican later that day.
The twins arrived at around 5pm we all had something to eat and headed straight for the Vatican as we felt this was a 'cant miss' whilst in Rome! We boarded the metro and were hoping to make it for the 5.30pm church service ...
... and the Mummies. My guide book said, "…if you want to explore the Vatican, leave the kids with their grandparents." Matt and I were pleasantly surprised at how much the kids enjoyed the museums. By the time we reached the Sistine Chapel, they were done, so we didn’t spend as much time in there as we would have liked, but we had already been inside for 3 hours, so I couldn’t blame the kids for being tired. (Yet, somehow ...
... so he could meet everyone, especially Doctor Keely!, and see the building. We then set out to the Spanish Steps area for dinner. Unfortunately they had closed the Spanish Steps for some reason so we couldn't go on them but we saw them! We ate outside at one of the fire restaurants for dinner, which was really nice and something I don't ever do. We later went to Campo de Fiori with the rest of the kids from Assumption for a while to ...