B&B I Gatti del Castello
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... site, better preserved & a lot less crowded than Pompeii. Nice & handy to the train station too! We were definitely impressed with the ruins there.. Continuing to the end of the train line to Sorrento and the Villa Adriana which we're using as a base for the next few days. The villa is stunning 5 room guesthouse & we are the only guests! It was like having our own villa for a few days. We decide to take a break ...
... We were with a man called David he was really funny. We got a audio box and headphones so we could listen to David through them, he was using a microphone connected to or audio box. He took us through the Vatican City, we learnt a lot about the Sistine Chapel and about Michelangelo and Rafael, we saw Pine Cone Court and many statues. We saw tapestries and wall painting and lots of painted roofs. We also got to see the Popes ...
... we just made our flight to Rome.
When we arrived in Rome at 6 am Indianapolis time, noon in Rome, we were all quite tired and a bit irritable. We had a van waiting to whisk us to our hotel, a mere 45 minutes from the airport to downtown Roma, but we had arrived. Our first order of business after checking in was to eat. Everyone was hungry and tired but food was the priority. WIne was not even an afterthought.
... dimensions, sculptures, mosaics, spaces - and no expense spared in decoration. One of the most prized exhibits is the Michelangelo's Pieta which is surprisingly small by comparison to all around it but draws huge crowds and is now on display behind glass panels after it was defaced back in the 70s. Amazing to think that the sculptor was just 25 when he created it - such talent. By comparison, the 13th century bronze of St. Peter has to my mind quite a modern ...
... 3 days, (with probably all the wrong price labels on) as it cost Euro 100.40 eeks!
Off we went in the direction of Rome driving on some of the worst roads imaginable, but to compensate we passed some gorgeous towns and cities set up in the hills of Umbria, definitely a choice area for touring, but we have a kind of schedule so onwards we had to travel. We drove through lots of tunnels as we went to the ...