Le Stanze Di Federica
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and fluent in English. When asked how many wifi devices we wanted to use, we were a little embarrassed to answer, "four." Our room wasn't ready so early in the day, so we dropped off our bags and headed out into the city. I wish I could describe Rome, but there is no way to do it justice. The entire city is awash in beautiful buildings, Renaissance churches, Greek and Roman ruins, and gelateria. You can't walk more than a few blocks without finding ...
Today was our first day in Rome and we did a lot. To start the day we walked to Trevi fountain. On the way we walked past many squares and plazas. Most of them were filled with fountains or monuments. Trevi fountain was amazing their was so many water falls and water passageways. The sculptures were cool and after throwing a ...
... some time to appreciate the amazing work. We weren’t allowed photography due to it damaging the paintings, but enjoyed soaking up the art with our minds. We also saw what our guide mentioned to us of a cupid essentially pulling the fingers to a painting of the then current pope which Michelangelo was mad at. Sounds like he had a wicked sense of humour as he also painted a cardinal which insulted his work in hell with a serpent eating his penis. Great revenge.
Big day today, the Vatican. We had an early breakfast and headed off in taxi's for our tour. We had a private tour with 12 people. This was considerably smaller thane most tours with some having 30 +. We were wired up with headsets and our tour guide Patrizia, headed into the Vatican. Patrizia is a qualified archeologist and was a fountain of knowledge. It took three full hours to go through some of the Vatican museum and the Sistine Chapel and of course St Peter's. ...
... the gladiators fought , back when killing was a spectator sport back in A.D. 80 .... Hard to believe a building is 2000 years old. The line to get in was about 90 minutes long .... So we hired a tour guide out front to lead us through and skip the line....well worth the 12 Euros. When we got in we ditched our guide and once again let Rick Steves lead the way. We all learned a lot during our visit there. Tired we headed back to ...