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Day 4 - Rome (Papal Audience and Vatican Museum Tour)
Following breakfast, we will prepare for today, which we will have in
our minds for many years to come. We will make our way to St. Peter’s
Square and visit of the Vatican
Museums, containing a group of the most impressive edifices with
hundreds of galleries filled with art treasures. See awe-inspiring
relics, and works of art donated throughout centuries ...
... I did and had a great time doing it. We headed to our favourite restaurant it's a our last night and we have to make the most of it (Les Quinze Nitz) which is in the courtyard just around the corner from where we are staying, it's just so lovely. They don't take bookings so there are queues every night but it's so worth the wait, thats why it's so popular. We also love the courtyard with its beautiful fountain right in the middle of it, it's a rest bit for ...
... a sailboat on the Thyrrenian Sea and a memorable one at that.
It was dinnertime and Mario drove us to one of my favorite little towns up in the hills outside of Civitavecchia. It's called Tolfa. At the very top of the town are the remains of an old castle. We walked to the top and the views are spectacular. After our walk, we went to my favorite little restaurant there, La Logetta. It is family owned and the food is ...
Leaving Florence too early & heading to the train station - not too early for a croissant & espresso tho!
On the way to Rome we hopped a train to Assisi; fitting, we thought, as The Pope took St. Francis of Assisi as his name sake. The first people we met in Assisi were American, from California, but had been to Kansas and were fans of Gate's BBQ. They were now running the tourist office in Assisi. They were ...
... pizza slices were surprisingly good and relatively inexpensive. We gave them 9/10 - they lost marks only because they weren't piping hot as I like them - largely because of the wait from getting them at the counter, to paying for them before you could eat them. They only had one person taking the money and filling your drink requests. Oh well, this is Italy.
After lunch, Katie insisted on visiting more tacky tourist shops and bought a few things. I made ...