Al Gran Veliero Bed and Breakfast
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“Bon Giorno”, she replied.
I settled in and got to work on this travelogue.
“Are you from Rome?” I asked 30 minutes into the journey.
“Yes”. What is it with these one word answers? Really!
“I have to go to Via Gaetta near the Termini Station; do you know where it is?” I asked as I pulled out the address of our hotel in Rome to show to her.
Even before I finished asking her ...
... to come in, get the orientation, and tour the chapel."
Two distinctly Roman things stand out here: time is fluid and there is incredible beauty tucked away around every corner. The college is for American clergy and nuns to do advanced study in Rome. A nun gave use our orientation (what to wear, what to expect, where to enter etc) while a seminarian gave us a tour of the chapel. The chapel is not open to the public but is still in use for the folks at ...
... The castle is amazing, once home to Popes, it has a heap of stunning artifacts and exhibits. Shame that it is forbidden too photograph most of which. After meeting my tour group we visited a lot of the sites I had seen the day before, including the Trevi Fountain and the forum. We did however see the sight that Caesar was assassinated as well as the Pantheon which ...
... So of course our hands were all saved, but I could be lying about that could I?
After visiting The Mouth of Truth we made our way back to our hotel and did some shopping and got lunch along the way. Then we spent some relaxing time in the hotel before going out again. And when we did go out we just got some more gelato. Tomorrow is our last full day in Rome. Then we move on to The Cinque Terra, Northern ...
... fanicula, I went to an opera performance held in one of the thermal spa buildings, trip to the view point over Florence which has another David (bronze), the famous staircase in the Vatican which is not open to the public,trip to a special spa where you drinks healing waters, a be my guest dinner at a local villa and vineyard with olive grove where we saw his wine cellar built in 1700s and the trip to see the trevi fountain- these were extras that we did not ...