Al Colonnato di San Pietro Bed and Breakfast
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... been built for giants
All gold, ivory and valuable art
We tour, necks craned, faces heavenward
The square seems to be miles long and wide
With thousands of chairs set up for
The pope's next audience
Scheduled for the next day
We decide it's time for lunch
And end up with mediocre pizza
Next, we bus to the Borghese Museum
In the middle of a beautiful park
Filled with amazing art
I won't bore you with the details I'll bore you with the pics of the Sistine Chapel - when I can down load them! We set off at nine thirty on the open top bus to the Vatican City. It looked splendid from the bus. By the time we had toured the city and walked up to St Peters it was 11 ish. We had tickets for the Vatican Museum but after chatting to a Danish couple over dinner last night we decided to go to ...
... the shopping therapy till the end. Actually, in the end, less was being purchased than anticipated so there was lots of walking and looking but very little being done for the Italian economy, apart from keen support for the wining and dining sector. These continued to get our full attention and one restaurant [Ristorante Ottimo near the Vatican in Via Cola Di Rienzo] came up trumps for Sunday lunch. Trish had Seafood soup [mussels and clams] ...
Well ...... not bad going when you think about it .....our first day in 6.5 weeks where it was raining well actually it was pouring. Our driver Mauricio deserves a medal for the way he drove through the storm we encountered on our way to Pompeii, we heard others abandoned the trek out here because of the weather, heavy rain, very dark skies, lightning & thunder. It was a 3 hr drive so we were all praying it was different ...
... later we were back home to freshen up before a pre dinner drink, then out to the most inexpensive restaurant (the price you pay for washing your clothes in Rome) we could find. Didn't have to go far, in fact across the road for €7 we could order a Margherita Pizza and Beer or wine......sold. The Pizza wasn't too bad but the house wine was very ordinary, but obviously not too bad as Hugh managed to finish the half litre he ordered! After dinner we ...