Ancient Romance B&B
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... with a quick step as I had been warned of the mammoth task of doing the Vatican Museum justice in a day. With a later start than desirable, it was to be only a half day. The views of St Peter,s Square, the Basilica, the museum and Sistine Chapel were all different to what I had envisaged. They must not have featured in any movie-watching of mine! This made for the experience of seeing all these sites new and refreshing. We had no issues ...
... than we intended we made the last stretch on foot sure we would miss the tour. But the thing about the free walking tours is that they always start a little late. We really pushed the limit but at 10:05 we still managed to join the tour. We learned that the Spanish square was initially called the French square until the Spanish embassy arrived. The Spanish steps were built much later to join the French Palace atop the hill with the square below. They are ...
... medical centre were very helpful and after first offering me an appointment with their gastro for EUR 130, were able to put me onto an international hospital where they said I might be able to get the blood test done without seeing an Italian doctor. We rocked up at Salvador Mundi International hospital with the letter from my specialist at home, hoping for the best. 30 minutes and EUR 114 later, the blood test was all done (without gloves mind you!!). Within a few hours they emailed ...
... map, forgetting that Rome is a much bigger city the the ones we visited before. But the weather was great, so a long walk is good exercise for the BBQs we had the last 2 nights. Ha. On the way to Colosseum we stopped by the huge complex with Victor Emmanuel statue otherwise known as The Altare della Patria (Altar of the Fatherland). It is also known as the Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II (National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II) or "Il Vittoriano" and is a ...
... we opted for something a bit quicker, less stressful and more exciting..
Segways! Little did I know when I originally booked the accommodation with Mario was the fact that he was one of few licensed segway tour operators in Rome. A couple of nights prior, Mario had invited us for a quick tutorial on a Segway. Our experience was a positive one and one of the motivating factors in us opting for this type of tour. The fact that we already understood and able in the operation ...