B&B Caty Senior
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... fee was only $17 Aus. Which is 12 euro.
If you want a tour guide then you must get to the Colosseum at specific time otherwise you could miss out because they run times for English and Spanish tours. I had to make sure I was careful when I was booking so that I didn't get the wrong one. learning about the gladiators who competed in the ...
... in, we headed towards Palentine Hill. All throughout the city, you see just mounds of stone here and there, a reminder of a thriving society thousands of years ago. Palentine Hill and the Roman Forum are the most preserved areas, but it's still hard to imagine how great the city was so many years ago.
After our stroll throughout the various ruins, we headed to the Campo de'Fiori for some shopping! Along the way, we ...
... after this jarring experience was to return home, via our local deli and rustle up another feast of fresh Italian bread, a selection of different meats and cheeses to add to the remains of the gourmet antipasti we still had. Fortified once more, Maree and I headed out to do some serious shopping. We took ourselves far afield, all on foot, and enjoyed being part of the Roman city landscape and returned unscathed and ...
... cars have scratches down the sides and no side mirrors....no wonder the streets are very narrow and parking..well.... You can park nearly anywhere where you can fit...doesn't matter. Off to the Vatican and Sistine Chapel...lots of tourists in Rome today with 5 cruise ships in port making that another 12000 people. We had paid for a private tour for the Vatican and St Peters Basilica , which was brilliant and we skipped the queue ...
... art on the ceiling of the Sistine chapel is comprised of frescos done by Michelangelo.
At the end of our tour, we went back in St Peter's to have a bit more time. Jan wanted to light a candle, but even though there were so many chapels, we couldn't find anywhere to do so. When I inquired we learned "it's not possible" as quoted by one of the officials working there. We found it surprising that the most famous Catholic church does ...