B&B Furio Camillo
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... in the 11th, 12th and 13th centuries was also widely used in Roman architecture, and later the city became one of the main centres of Renaissance and Baroque architecture.
... tour was "no photos". Poor Dave he carted his camera with him everywhere, ever hopeful, but it wasn't to be :( On our way back, we found a lovely little restaurant for tea, with a very entertaining waiter. It was "our last supper" and it turned out to be quite memorable for all the right reasons. Although quite tired we made the effort to go down to the Colosseum to take some night photos and (much to my dismay) brought about the end of our European Adventure ...
... quiz for all that Italian that I had been learning, and I didn't do too badly (At least, I think).
During all this, I was able to text our Air BnB host, Alessandro, and he was ready and waiting when we arrived on Via Del Governo Vecchio. The apartment was in a great location. The street had everything we needed in close proximity (including a grocery store that was open on Sundays - things have changed ...
... head sets from our tour guide and went through the gates into that city that is closed off by big walls. I haven't really enjoyed many of the tours, Matilda and I switched off a little bit and didn't really listen. What did interest me though is the ceiling in the Galleria painted by Micheal Angelo, it is incredible! So detailed and beautiful! We walked through the galleria and then into another hallway with large tapestry's along the walls displaying the story of Jesus. ...
... got to the Vatican. We got special entry and didn't have to line up in the general queue. We also got access to the Vatican museum and the Bramante Staircase that is not available to the general public. We also had a local expert providing commentary during our tour, using an audio headset which turned out to be very useful when you have so many people wandering through the Vatican, the Sistine Chapel and St Peter's Basilica.
A couple of times we picked up ...