Michelangelo’s Pieta in St. Peter’s Basiilica

THE POWER OF PRAYER AND GOVERNMENTS RULED ROME

Part 2 was the Sex, Lives And Jewelry Of Pompeii And Sorrento

ROME

Where we stayed:

I never tire of staying in former palaces converted to hotels. One such converted palace to hotel is the 110-room Empire Palace Hotel in Rome, originally built in 1879. Room sizes vary a lot. The floor and walls in our room and bathroom were marble. The shower wonderfully easy to operate, an appreciation you won’t understand unless you have used showers that require a pilot’s license for all the buttons and controls. The pillows were flat and hard. Downstairs, the onsite Blue Bar is a cozy venue with live music in the evening. Warning: when hotel signs indicate breakfast ends at 10:30, they do not mean a minute longer. The hotel is Read the rest of this entry »