B&B Santa Croce
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... top and from there we were able to wander into town. We enjoyed our look around, did a little shopping, checked the emails etc and noted down that Malta is worthy of a longer stay.
Today's quiz we scored 19 but had to settle for runner up.
Our concert last night featured a violinist, Claire Gobin, who was outstanding and a great entertainer. We hope to see her again on another night.
Wednesday 3rd. Today, we went ashore for a wander ...
... feature of this courtyard is Fontana della Pigna (the Pine Cone) which was cast in bronze in the first or second century AD and stood at the Pantheon in Rome until moved to St Peter's Basilica in the Middle Ages, and then to its current position in 1608. It's the oldest sculpture in the Vatican. We return inside and up the stairs to the second floor, as we begin our journey with hundreds of others toward the Sistine Chapel. We pass through a number ...
... in circles routine! So proud!
Here are a few pictures of the neighbourhood. I tried to find buildings without graffiti which seems to be a national past time!
Get a look at this broccoli - very pretty and I haven't seen anything like it before - do we have in Australia?
Tomorrow I plan to go further - the tiredness/jet lag has passed!
... all the piazzas in Rome. The night light of the city casts an eerie light over the central statue, but the area is full of people sitting down to their dinners.We decide it is still too early for our dinner and we head toward the most known fountain, but as I try and avoid the crowds, we take the long way around, and sort of end up at the Spanish Steps. My walking companions are not happy. I have succeeded in upsetting everybody I've taken to Rome, ...again...Later we arrive ...
... went on there. It was amusing because Nadzha was thinking that Nick was going to be Roman. He wasn't. He was mexican. He knew his history though, told it like it was real. It was amusing because he was sweating like a pig like all of us as well. I would have assumed that he would have adjusted to the climate by now. We went from there to a church. I didn't go in because the queue was long. At the entrance, there was this coin looking stone that apparently the Romans used ...