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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the only ones that remained whole had been turned from a temple into a church. The video guide was helpful to show us what the other buildings would have looked like. Before leaving we headed up Palatine hill which gave us a great viewpoint of the forum. Before heading to the Colosseum we stopped at a nearby restaurant for lunch. We had a very good meal considering how touristy it was! After eating we were ready to ...
... and salt and what was the deal with the piece of lettuce on the bottom. It was all soggy. NG. Then the pasta came, not bad, but not great. No fresh basil on top. I think the woman waitress had some issue. Before I finish my beer, a flying any manages to find its way into it. I get the owner to look at it... and then he leaves. I get up, wanting to pay my bill. And he went to grab another beer. I don't want another beer! I want you to reimburse the beer that I ...
... 5am to take us to Liverpool Street station where we were getting the express train from to the airport. However it went alright & we managed to arrive safely in Rome. But then we caught a taxi driven by a local Roman guy. Dylan told us when we arrived at our apartment that there is a sentence in the English > Italian translation book "please can you drive slower" but not one for "please can you drive faster"! ...
... yes I know a few nice Germans who this doesn't apply to, sorry if I offended you). Anyway enough about that, we enjoyed ourselves for hours going through the museums of art work and sculptures. The rooms were magnificently constructed with all the popes along the way adding their own specialities. My favourite room was the Galleria dele Carte Geografiche which is a 120m long corridor lined with 40 huge maps of the world in different periods. There was also a few ...
... open balcony attached though. We can open the doors and it is like cooking outside they open so big and everything is so connected. No bugs or dirt or anything. It is lovely. I think I will miss this the most.
The next morning (Tuesday) we toured the Colosseum and Ancient Rome. I learned so many interesting little historical facts about all of the places we visited and it was amazing. I am so glad I was able to see places ...