Bed a San Pietro Roma
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... enough said.
So this morning we had a good sleep in and around 11 am set out for Palazzo Spada. It was very small compared to yesterday’s Colonna and the art and buildings were quite basic compared to yesterday. But on the first Sunday of each month all museums are free and there were a lot of Italians around. The highlight is the Borrimino Corridor which is one of the early perspective studies – have a look at this video: ...
... the world. The Popes have ruled the Catholic faith for 2000 years from the throne of St Peter and with only a couple of interruptions, the line lineage is practically complete. We visited first the museum where some of the most beautiful and priceless treasures of the Vatican are stored. With over 2000 years of collecting, there is some stunning things. from antiquities, to modern works of art by Dali, the Holy fathers have been a shrewd lot hoarding treasures up in their palaces. But ...
... of business, for the boys, was some Gelato before continuing our trek to the Forum.
The Trevi Fountain got in our way next, the boys threw in a couple of coins each and I think they wished for a house made of gelato! Eventually we managed to get to the Roman Forum, not before being kicked of a bus as we were sold a ticket that we were told was a 48 hr ticket to find out it was a 12hr ticket only. We had been ripped off and unceremoniously kicked of ...
... of the cafes overlooking the market and had a cappuccino and a scrumptious little piece of apple tart.
Breakfast over we hit the road for the Keats museum. Along the way Waz was determined to buy himself a pair of Italian leather shoes, so we stopped at numerous shoe shops until he found the perfect pair, and when he eventually did, not only did he find one perfect pair but he found two. So shoes in hand we continued shopping ...
A little bit of a sleep in as this was a free day with nothing organized except optional tours. After breakfast we walked down to the local town of Cornelia (about 15 minutes) and found the Metro station. After riding 3 escalators down I attempted to buy tickets from a vending machine. Some concerned passengers tried to help me as I was holding everybody up. Problem was we didn't have enough change and the machine kept tossing my 10 euro note back ...