Bed a San Pietro Roma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... local time after a 5 and half hour flight. A bit of a wait around there to board our flight to Auckland via Melbourne.Took off at 10.30am local Dubai and landed at Melbourne at 5.30am local. Took off from Melbourne time 7.30am land in Auckland 12 45pm local NZ time and home at 2.30pm. So to sum up we were flying 20hrs 47 min and waiting around 21hrs 53 min so door door from disembarkation to Piccadilly it was 42 hours.!!!
... B.C. during the morning we continued to weave our way among a maze of rooms. Passageways filled with tourists were owing and going I every direction. Around lunchtime we came upon a huge outdoor courtyard called "Pine cone" because at one end was a gigantic marble pine cone, commemorating one of the legends of the Vatican. Interestingly, adjacent to thi open courtyard were rooms containing statues of Roman gods: Neptune, Bacchus, Diana, many ...
... we headed back for an afternoon nap while a thunderstorm passed over Rome. Later that night as the sun was going down we headed out to see the sights once more, this time at night. We arrived back at St. Peters Square to sit and watch it light up against the night sky before walking along the river to Piazza Navona for dinner at Anima Sapori. Sitting at a table in a narrow street behind the main square we dined on gnocchi, fettuccini and Italian white wine while ...
It feels wrong to say the best thing about Rome was the gelato. But I can't help it. The heat, combined with the humidity, had me fantasizing about swimming in large vats of the stuff. I know I'm supposed to say the Colosseum, or the Pantheon, or even the Vatican but I have to be honest with you... and myself. Gelato, with its statute minimum 3.5% butterfat, is my favourite memory of Rome.
We arrived around 10:30 am after a quick flight ...
... an effort to avoid the daily afternoon drenching thunder showers, we headed for our hotel for a short rest, then caught the Metro over to the Spanish Steps for some photos and shopping. Some of the best shopping in the world, and picturesque steps to "drop" on once one has had their fill of "shop!" After such a full day, it was time for some dinner--pizza, panini, and vino! Off to Venice ...