B&B Gerbera Roma
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- Continental Breakfast
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... from a visit to the Cathedral we were disappointed with the state of the city, very untidy and dirty. The highlight was the campanile on the cathedral tower which played at midday. It included a Lion roaring 3 times, a Rooster crowing 3 times and various figurines in procession. (See picture). Fascinating.
Thursday 4th. This was the highlight of the cruise for us, an all day bus tour to Sorrento and ...
... for a tour of the hypogeum (the floor of the ruins which originally had been the underground portion beneath the arena) and of the third tier - not part of the normal entrance access.
Our tour was not until 4.30pm but our ticket also gave us access to the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. So we walked past the massive queue up to the ticket desk, got our tickets and headed back out and across the road to the entrance to the Palatino.
I have to admit I underestimated how long ...
... read: wonderful) Roma apartment, with a spread of fresh tomatoes and basil in olive oil, prosciutto, smoked provolone, and fresh bread and rice cakes (each respectively) watching hilarious Italian TV. We're having a bottle of 4€ wine and passing out hard! Tomorrow = Coliseum, Trevi fountain, Circo Massino, as well as various other Roman ruins and other activities far away from the insanity in St. Peter's Square for Palm Sunday! Wish us luck! - ...
... to link the two levels of the town and it's famous for the 138 steps. It's called the Spanish steps as it's near the Spanish embassy. At the bottom of the steps is a beautiful fountain which is currently being refurbished called la bar acacia which is fed by one of the oldest aqueducts called acque Virgo. From the top of the steps you get a view of condotti street which is the most expensive street in Rome full ...
... several times, until Andrea saved her. They now have a picture of a crazy Minnesotan on their phone.
And what can be say about the Vatican, we saw nuns who were nurses, pushing people in wheel chairs and smoking cigarettes. It's been a long time since we have seen nuns in habits. Rome is crawling with them. All the stuff at th Vatican is too overwhelming. Andrea was disappointed in the quality of curation in the Vatican museum. It ...