B&B Inandout Rome
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Very clean room, big for rome. Awesome breakfast and great service.
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Another glorious morning waking to the sights & sounds of Rome on the rooftop... heavenly (but still yet very very warm for 6:00 in the AM). But that's OK - we are still in Rome !
We get an early start to reach the Vatican City before the crowds so that we can visit Saint Peter's Basilica before finding the Scavi Tour office by our appointed time for our tour of the underground excavation of the necropolis and St. Peter's grave under the high altar of the ...
... tower was very useful for some of the gravitational experiments done by Galileo. And what a great tourist attraction seen by millions.
The leaning tower is only 8 or 9 floor high, and is open for tourists. (No elevator). We didn’t go up, due to long lineups, and limited time to visit. The tower is not the only building in Pisa which is leaning. There is a large domed cathedral and a baptistery which lean slightly. They each have a much larger base and their tilts are ...
... Food is lovely, white linen table cloth, proper cutlery and glasses. Lots of wine and champagne. Headed off to the bar after dinner, more champers. No one else seemed to want to make use of the bar. Strange, as I found it great to be able to move around instead of being stuck in the seat the whole time. Really glad we made the decision to upgrade. Now the remaining flights will suck. 4 hours layover in Dubai, nothing much to tell. 9:30 am Dubai time, ...
... intermittent showers of rain that had followed us from the coast and hadn't felt clean or dry since our first night in LÚvanto so we bid a swift and fond farewell to Tuscany in favour of the warmer climes to the south. We had decided a while back to give Naples and Sicily a miss on this trip due to quickly dwindling funds and the bad reputation for crime that lies mostly south of our next destination, Rome. Being an art history graduate, with a keen interest in the ...
... of incredible artwork on this trip, so perhaps I'm just a bit jaded, but the Chapel didn't seem to me to be better than the Raphael Rooms; just as good, but not really better. It was so cool to see the ceiling, although the walls are also fantastic. I had always imagined the Creation of Adam scene everyone knows to be the centerpiece of the ceiling, but it was just one of eight identically-sized (huge) panels. Maybe I'm a rube, but I ...