Le Stanze Di Federica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... so I ended up breaking down and crying right there before rushing to take the last metro back to the center so I could find somewhere to sleep.
6- I stopped at McDonalds (again) to try (again) to use their wifi and bought a croissant that I couldn’t eat because it was not a croissant, word to the wise (never buy a croissant in Italy unless you want to be disappointed). At this point I was cursing Italy and had decided ...
... train station. Via Cavour ends at the Colosseum which is about a 20 minute walk and passes right by the Santa Maria Maggiore Basilica. The hotel is very comfortable and has a great rooftop bar and restaurant. From the very top you can watch the sun setting beside the Vatican.
We got to the hotel by 10:00 AM so had the whole day to explore on our own. Ellen, Glenn, Maija and I walked down the Via Cavour and found a great shop for purses. We girls got at ...
... br> "off the beaten track experience ". No need for dinner tonight as we are still full from all that wonderful Italian cuisine. After a few hours rest and a couple of bevvies we headed off to our "Rome Highlights Evening Segway Tour". What a great fun night this was, certainly beats walking. Rob our Tour Guide was very informative and hilarious. We saw all the usual highlights of Rome, each was amazing just ...
... Roman Forum and learnt more of the amazing history of Rome. Our tour today has been quite tiring and the day has also been very hot so we are enjoying our rest for now. One thing I have learnt is that when you spend only one day in Rome you find much more things you want to see and do than you can in a day ... Rome wasn't built in a day and it's impossible to fully appreciate this place in such a short amount of time, but I'm grateful to have had the opportunity to be ...
... Basilica, you need to wait in line, no skip the line here. It was strangely warm so we shed our layers and enjoyed it. Our plan included us climbing the Coppola in St. Peters Basilica so we patiently followed the crowd. When we came to the front door we were informed it was too late to climb, so we put on our headphones and attempted to follow Rick Steve's tour around the church.
The church was gigantic! The statues were like 15 feet tall ...