Capricci Romani B&B
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... of Rome, otherwise known as the Pope.
Despite the fact that Rome is home to the Vatican City and St. Peter's Basilica, Rome's cathedral is the Basilica of St. John Lateran, located to the south-east of the city-centre. There are ...
... fortune to see Papa Francesco for the second time in a couple of days. I was one of the many thousands of faithful to whom he delivered one of his regular Sunday Angelus services from the window of the Vatican apartments high above the Piazza below. It was certainly a wonderful, unexpected birthday present and a fitting end to a most memorable 12 week period of my life.
The final hours before my evening flight were spent taking in a few more sights and enjoying ...
We woke up early to get to the Pope's address. We wanted to get there at 9am ready for 10.30 as we heard it was so busy. We got breaky delivered to our room and left at 8.30am. The metro was packed. We arrived right on 9am and walked through into the ticketed area and didn't even have to show our tickets! We were annoyed that we lines up for 2.5hrs the day before. So remember this if you ever go to Rome - don't bother getting ...
Yep.. Wake up to checkout with a mean hangover. A serious hangover this time! We Haven't booked a new room by this stage. We woke up on checkout time of 1000 and asked how much for another night. the reply 130 eu... A night?? Yep.... Seeya! Mad rush to pack our bags and shoot through. We decided to get some breaky up the road and gather our thoughts. Two coffees and a sandwich cost us near 30 au owned! At this stage we thought it was going ...
... view on the way and at the
top was overwhelming. There are 2 hotels at the top and spacious
viewing areas as well as a semi closed tunnel going around an outcrop
with window openings creating wonderful photo opportunities.
Mythological stories were available to be read in the tunnel. The
train trip down the mountain was similarly thrilling on the world's
steepest cog rail, 48 degrees past rock faces, forests and meadows ...