Le Stanze Di Federica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... first university, La Sapienza (founded in 1303), is the largest in Europe and the second-largest in the world, with more than 140,000 students attending; in 2005 it ranked as Europe's 33rd best university and currently ranks among Europe's 50 and ...
... particularly religious or RC we didn't want to "spend all day there" so this was a good compromise for us. We firstly visited the Vatican Museums and saw some of the amazing artwork, painted ceilings, frescos, artefacts, tapestries and the list just goes on. One of the rooms I found fascinating was the longest corridor in the museum, which was named the map room and consisted of walls and walls of very early maps of Italy. They were amazing. After ...
... mixed in for a good measure of confusion.) from the two Singapore guys, and spent a lot of time listening with my pillow in my mouth while my Minnesota room mate spoke against the valus of universal health care and flaunted how the individual should not be burdened by the government taxing them for such things. In spite of his political opinions, flawed as they were, he was a fantastic bloke and a really good person for me to meet. He and I chatted about humility ...
... watching and enjoying the sunshine as well. I had picked up some chocolate croissants at a bakery and we had a nibble in the sun. Then we made our way back to the Trevi Fountain to see it in the daylight. Afterwards we strolled the streets back toward our hotel. Nearby we enjoyed a 2 and a half hour lunch and talked about the trip. We managed a full bottle of wine with smoked salmon on focaccia toasted followed by some delicious ravioli filled with ...
On the 5th of September we arrived in Rome and found our apartment in the old area of town where the streets are paved with cobble stones.
We took a walk around the area near where we were staying and found the Piazza Navona which use to be an old Roman stadium that they had chariot races in. There are three fountains in the piazza, a church with a beautiful painted dome inside. There was also mime artists in the Piazza and a man doing a levitating trick, as well ...