Residenze Suite Sistina
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... dei Quattro Capi, which connect the Isola Tiberina with the left bank. The other surviving ancient Roman bridges crossing the Tiber are Ponte Cestio, Ponte Sant'Angelo and Ponte Milvio. Considering Ponte Nomentano, also built during ancient Rome, which crosses ...
Hello! We finally have a few days with not much planned, so we will be doing a huge blog binge and try to catch up. It has been so busy lately!
We took a train from Florence to Rome and arrived at our new home- a really cool little Inn just a short walk way from the city center. The staff was SO nice and was constantly checking to make sure we had everything we needed- they even delivered us breakfast to our room each morning. One ...
... the fake. May 9 This morning we had arranged a tour of the Jewish Ghetto. I will not refer to it as the Ghetto and more as Jewish Romans do not use the word as it has bad connotations . Now it has become very trendy place and a trendy place to eat. Roman Jews refer to as just "Piazza". The woman that gave us the tour was lovely. She is a 7th generation Roman Jew and included her own family history in the tour. Her aunt still lives in the Piazza. The Jews were locked into the ...
... and then returned back to the apartment, stopping again at Campo di Fiori, to buy some scarves as gifts. Back at the apartment we had some of our charcuterie for lunch before heading, yet again, to Vatican City. (Yes, this was our 3rd visit in as many days to the area - what can I say? We love our Pope!) Actually, I had booked us on a 2pm guided tour of the Vatican Museums. Before getting to the art, we stopped at the Poste Vaticani to mail ...
... given by other countries such as embalmed mummies and art. Made our way into the Sistine Chapel that took Michel Anglo four years paint. I've seen these painting in photo's however in real life they are breathtaking. We then entered Saint Paul's Cathedral and saw more sculptures and art work. Tour guide indicated that the Cathedral is so big that the Coloseum would fit inside. Eight hundred people live in ...