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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and a short rest, we headed to the Colosseum, stopping to look at the Forum and the Vittorio Emmanuele II along the way. The Colosseum was very impressive given its sheer size. Much of the outside was covered in scaffolding for restorations, but we were glad we had the chance to go inside. We had dinner on the terrace of a little cafe, enjoying some delicious pasta, with, of course, a bottle of wine. And now, it's time to sleep before a busy day tomorrow touring ...
... ancient aqueduct, and with views over the city), Villa Pamphili (the large park with the many statues and more views of the city), and the statue of Giuseppe Garibaldi (on a horse). I crossed to the other side and guess what I discovered—St. Peter’s dome, bigger than life. It was huge—impossible to miss! I decided to stay until noon when the cannon would be fired. I've heard this cannon from my apartment and it was surprisingly loud, so I’m not sure what ...
On Thursday night we headed out to see Rome at night. We found a lounge named Scholars Lounge Irish Pub. It was an American friendly club and mostly everyone spoke english. It was nice to be in a place where the people spoke the same language as you. It was pretty crowded in there but we were able to find a little table to stand at. After most of the soccer games ended we were able ...
... made it back to the campsite around 1:30pm.
Our plan was to get on the wifi while the bar market wasn't busy, have decent showers and a bit of a nap. But this plan failed as well, because we left Vatican City in such a hurry we forgot to get the key off Stacey! We went down to the contiki reception to see if anyone could help us out, there were a few of the contiki crew in the kitchen and one of them had a bunch of keys which he tried to see if any worked, they didn't, ...
... Unfortunately we were not allowed to take any photographs, so I have snuck in a photograph I got from the web, just to give you an idea of what skeletal art work looks like. According to the Marquis de Sade who visited the crypt in 1775 it is "funerary art worthy of an English mind". Perhaps Gene Gallagher who recommended we come here has ...