Suite in Rome - Residenza Cola di Rienzo
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... and III. The scandals of this period pushed the papacy to reform itself: the election of the pope was reserved to the cardinals, and a reform of the clergy was attempted: but the driving force behind this renewal, monk Ildebrando da ...
... today... We then wandered down the road to see the Castel Saint Angelo and the Piazza del Tribunal before crossing over the river & walking back to visit the inside of the Parthenon. This is beautifully decorated and also contains the final resting place of the famous artist Raphael. We just made it back to the hotel before the next thunderstorm, so took advantage of this & had a "nanny nap" When we again headed out it was into brilliant sunshine, ...
... around with the thousands of other tourists to the Spanish a Steps, The Trevi Fountain, The Pantheon and the Piazza Navona to name a few of the more famous Rome locations. We had dinner near the Piazza Vinnie Barberino or something and returned to the Embassy to plan tomorrow's saunter! Roman ruins are the order of the day. In our wanderings tonight I missed the spot where Julius Caesar was assassinated. Oh ...
... use it but I have bought them through an outlet. When you complain and start talking in English, they let you through the gate as the path of least resistance! I am back to a 7 day ticket now. There is a 30 day ticket but it is purchased at the beginning of the calendar month and I arrived right in the middle, so that one would have never worked out!
I changed train line at Termini (central train station) and joined ...
... connection. The train pulls out and we get to see the glorious hilly countryside of Tuscany......but all too briefly we're constantly in and out of very long tunnels. Its very mountainous here and it's the only way a train 's going to get through.
Somehow there's been a delay and we're running 10 minutes late....surprising really, considering we've been going over a 150 miles per hour. I wonder what mussolini would have ...