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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Again we got in early today so we had plenty of time around everything! Today we used our bus ticket withy eh City sightseeing which took us around Roma and gave information about the different areas. It wasn't as informative or funny as the Berlin one! A lot of the time it was music which got in our heads and was very annoying!! It also made us fall asleep a few times, specially Ben who was in a bit of a sleepy ...
... this marble. Incredible! That's the whole church, the entire way. The altar canopy completed by Bernini in bronze is over three stories high! It is below the most impressive dome I've ever seen. It was huge! Mind you this is just the beginning of this church. We walked down the nave, and many times I just forgot how big this place was. We finally made it up to the altar canopy made of bronze, and at that point got to look up at an architectural amazement. It is a dome designed ...
... 70% for the rest of the night. It had bucketed down when we were resting and there was thunder and lightening. Ivano drives us to the Colosseum and parks. A bit of rain on the way in but it stops just before we get out. As we walk across the piazza, we get a lesson on how to drink from the water fountains. Pretty funny to see the girls trying to squirt the water into their mouths..... The Colosseum is lit up and there are only about ten other people around. Earlier in the day, ...
... at the pictures and see what you think. The Forum was the beating heart of the ancient world and the Roman Empire. The senate was based here as well as temples, basilicas and vibrant public spaces. Today it provides an impressive snapshot of columns, doorways and marble structures. It would have been such an amazing structure when the Romans ruled the world. We had a great dinner with the ladies that night to celebrate my birthday. This would be the last time we seen the girls ...
... but good for posterity) the fountain at the base of the Spanish steps and the trevi were all being renovated. Our route was; Spanish steps which give great views, the Cavour and umberto bridges for views of the Vatican, chiesa de Francisco with three beautiful Caravaggio paintings (the calling of Matthew has a variety of symbols incorporated and demonstrated the light/dark approach so well), piazza novena with its ...