A Casa Di Penelope
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... the Colloseum certainly did amaze. Latching onto a very well dressed tour guide in a three piece suit eavesdropping our way around the place helped immensely. Thank you random waistcoat wearing your guide.
Day two involved more ruins, beginning with a walk amongst Palantine Hill and the Roman Forum. 3rd centaurs ruins are yet to lose their appeal to us yet. After a lunch of cheese, pesto and bread we meandered ...
... menu shouldn't contain more then two languages!) and had a pretty Italian dinner and of course some icecream for dessert. As in Rome the nightlife ends at around two o'clock in the morning, we bought some cocktails to go and visited the colosseum by night! On Sunday morning we took the train to the airport, again had some Italian snacks and flew back home! Great trip and Rome is probably the best place for such a short trip as you can do everything in just a few ...
... the 80'000th person to get there. What was all the commotion about? The Pope. Pope Francis was in the square on his Pope mobile and the crowd was going crazy like it was a concert or sporting event. I got two or three pictures because luckily I was tall enough to see, but most people around me had no chance to see him. It was really an awesome feeling seeing him kiss a baby and shake hands with people as he drove by.( I only saw this on the ...
... 8220;unpacked”. Have I mentioned my observation that I have often wondered who uses the wardrobes, drawers, and other sundry furniture fitted to motel rooms? I have spent more nights than I care to remember in Motels and have always “lived out of my suitcase” never unpacking and using all the sundry nooks and crannies in the room.
Well, GG is not like that. His approach can best be described as the “hand ...
... a nearby hill and largely hidden from view, approaching it as we did makes it looks more like something you would see at a government complex in Washington than at the Vatican.
Around the base of the hill and through an arched gate in the old city wall, we were found ourselves on the more recognizable streets of Vatican City. We walked over to Via della Conciliazione and up to the Piazza San Pietro and St. ...