B&B Roma Ottaviano
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... the Papal Palace of Castel Gandolfo and the major basilicas, enjoy extraterritorial status similar to that of foreign embassies.
Rome has been a major Christian pilgrimage site since the Middle Ages. People from ...
... great pics of the sunset sky with Basilica San Pietro, so I told my friends to wait there and went fast to the Vatican again. I had to make some pictures playing with white balance to get one worth, but I managed to get a decent photo (yes!)
So, even though we had lunch so late (even for Spanish times), that was the time to go back to Rome city to get some dinner... we found a ...
... the noon Angelus.
We walked from the apartment to the Castel Sant'Angelo taking in the sights along the way, and stopping at the PIT to purchase Roma Passes which had just gone up to €36 (as of April 1). We arrived in St. Peters square around 10:30 and there was a massive line to enter the basilica so, we decided the church itself would wait until later in the week. The activity around the square was busy but ...
... bag up and over the platform for me at Poggio Mirteto. I was on my own from there on though and the toughest part was when I arrived in Rome and the numbers of people everywhere made it so hard to stay out of everyones way. I tried to hug the walls, but there were just swarms of people rushing in every direction. The odd person stopped and helped me in at particularly difficult bend or at the turnstyles. The ...
... awning supported by wooden bollards was rolled out via ropes connected to an inner metal circle. We spent several hours marvelling the sight, before crossing the road for a spectacular two course lunch with fantastic views of the building. After a giant chocolate desert, we were spent, and decided it was about time to swim back to our apartment. A well spent day, the colosseum gets the thumbs up! Tomorrow, more ruins - the Roman Forum and Palatine, followed by the ...