Aelius B&B by Roma Inn
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Great service, good view
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Tired! Good spa :) Ate at a cafe on the corner and walked for ages looking for a sim :( From 26 hours travelling-train-Rome-hotel- sim/dinner- spa- bed!
We took the bus and then the metro to the Vatican City- the worlds smallest city, capital of the Catholic world and centred on St. Peter's Basilica., As an independent state the Vatican gas it's own postal service, newspaper, radio station and Army. As we walked from the Metro we were asked many times if we wanted a tour, we have our book so we can find our own way around. We stopped at a cafe for coffee, when Les paid for it ...
... stop was the Spanish Steps, which was very crowded and unfortunately the church at the top was under construction and had that shrink wrap on that they put pictures of the building on (but more like a cartoon, so you don't really get the gist of it). The Pantheon was next on the list, and that was one that I was quite in awe of... I guess because it's one that I've always seen in pictures (Jarrods Roman books he had as a kid haha), and just ...
... was a great information guide with her knowledge of the history and areas of interest. We were sure to get the Fr. Greg’s “thumbs down” picture to let the Gladiator live. We were disappointed that the gift shop did not sell an “I <3 Roman Gladiators” t shirt, as these were ancient Rome’s equivalent to Rock Stars. This was Therese’s favorite day, so far!
... us on a walking tour of parts of Rome. Since we will be returning various times as a class, we only saw a few things today on our walk. We went to a large piazza where there was a huge obelisk that was erected at the orders of Pope Sextus V. Right in the piazza were 3 large churches. We visited one of them where we saw two paintings: the martyrdom of St. Peter and the conversion of Saul. Both paintings were incredible and held a lot of significance since the campus here ...