Gallienus BB Trust Hotel Rome
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... the main fountain is also under repair
Lunch, stopped at a quaint restaurant had light poached fish with potatoes & vege, yummy
- San Carlo Qualtro Fontane, or a fountain on each corner of the buildings, filled up the water bottle again
Back to the hotel to cool off, finally stepping out again, when the clouds had come over might get some rain, temperature dropped to 26° positively freezing.
... thought we were saying nasty things to Mr. Garmin… she is lucky she could not ready my mind! I love you uptight rule bound Canada!!
The journey to our hotel once we were in the town of Positano will be one we will speak of forever going forward. It was a close call that we did not head out of this town, never to return. The address we had for the hotel matched another address in this hairpin turn town so when we thought we ...
... or thousands in the line to enter the Vatican Museum. We were rather staggered at this, and this feeling was set for the morning. True Rome returned when we entered, as we had to show our cards in exchange for entry tickets. Planning would mean this would be done at the office we'd come from, but we seem to be in the city or land of (apologies to those with Roman blood) can't be bothered and don't really care. With no direction the crowd formed a circular mob around ...
... which is really just a big field at this point. The coolest thing is that there is an active excavation going on at one end, presumably of the metta, or turning post, that marked the end of the track. Very cool!
We walked all around the Circus before heading off to the Church of Santa Maria in Cosmedin, where the Relics of St. Valentine are displayed. It was beautiful, but the highlight was La Bocca della Verita, the Mouth ...
... saw a couple small bunches of locks in a few places along the bridge.
Ok so now I’m exhausted, ready to catch that bus back, but I still don’t have a ticket. Mistake #1: not buying the ticket the day before. I started walking back; always looking for some place that looked like it might sell bus tickets, walking on the other side of the road in the direction that the bus would go, of course. As I walked past the Olympic buildings, I ...