Al Casale De Santis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We walk to Piazza Venezio and watch the changing of the guards at the 'wedding cake'. The kids decide they wouldn't like to do that for a job.We then walk across the road to the ruins.
I start wondering around reading the information boards.
Clint had been researching the tours the night before so was armed with some good information. He is approached by an Irish guy who is recruiting for ...
... is outside and our luggage is a block away. I'm now wild and we don't even know how to drive back to our luggage via the one way streets. We sat in the car ranting for a while and decide the only option is to turn on roaming on my phone and upload our route to Greve, via luggage. I asked the guy at the Europcar garage about a GPS or map, but alas his reply was "No, is problemmo". Really, you think? Stupid git.
G successfully got us out of Roma and we took our ...
... of the puzzle fell into its proper place. We met Lucy at our pre-designated meeting spot in a matter of minutes, then arrived via taxi at our new apartment on Via Germanico by 11:30, where we received a warm welcome by the owner, a very sweet Italian lady who splits time between Milan and Rome.
The apartment, which Dee quickly dubbed "our penthouse in Rome", is perched on the top floor of a stately ...
... next hour or so was spent perfunctorily wandering through the rest of the museum – including the Sistine Chapel – trying to find each other. We met up again at the return for the audioguide, sent a couple of postcards, and bailed. The line to actually go into the Basilica wound all the way around the square, so we headed for home. Cindy will need to come back again to see her favorite Michaelangelo sculpture, the Pieta.
On our last day we went for a ...
... was given over to Christian use by the Emperor Alexander Severus when he settled a dispute between the Christians and tavern-keepers, saying, according to the Liber Pontificalis "I prefer that it should belong to those who honor God, whatever be their form of worship." In 340 Pope Julius I (337-352) rebuilt the titulus Callixti on a larger scale, and it became the titulus Iulii commemorating his patronage, one of the original twenty-five parishes in Rome; indeed it may ...