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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... It is located in a very busy (Sat. night) area full of bars and restaurants all in a row right by the Pyramide metro stop. We took the metro down from Termini but on the way back only as far as Colosseo so we could walk home. We got lost. Thankfully we were able to get the correct directions to a landmark we knew. As it turned out we were only about two blocks away, but headed in the wrong direction. Once righted we were back at our hotel in short ...
... a small group tour with an amazing tour guide. The Vatican was extremely crowded, however, which does take away from the enjoyment aspect. Either way, I had a great time seeing the great treasurers of the museum. My favorite sights were the Room of Maps, Raphael's rooms with the famous painting of the School of Athens, and then obviously the Sistine Chapel. There is not supposed to be any talking inside the Sistine Chapel (along with no photos) so our guide ...
... s Square to hear the Pope speak. I left my hostel at about 9, decided to take the metro rather than the bus, bought my ticket, and started trying to make my way to the train. Which is exactly what 3,000 other people decided to do. Metros arrive every 3 to 5 minutes, usually, and it's generally pretty easy to get on one. Not in Rome on a holiday weekend that is also a First Sunday! I don't think I've ever been in such a crowd! It took me over an hour just to get on ...
... packed with the most beautiful churches we've seen so far. The detail was incredible. We found a cute spot for diner which actually turned out to be delicious. One of the best so far! The city came to life at night, but we had to make our way back to the hotel to get ready for our big tour tomorrow. Ps my phone died so I couldn't take many pictures!! :( especially of our amazing diner ...
... in Lebanese bread or on a bun, and apples. We told ghost stories, sang worship songs, and hung out. It was a great group: the usual students, the RDs and program director, the PD's wife and kids, plus Deacon Taylor, Jesus Josh, and (a new addition) Banjo Scottie.
At around 10:00, exhausted, we cleaned up and caught the bus back home. We all went right to sleep!! It was a long but fun day.