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... significant health issues. The alfresco on the wall depicts final judgment, and Michelangelo did not start this part until in his 70's. After having some time to sit and appreciate the chapel we went through to St Peters Basilica which is another of Michelangelo's masterpieces. He designed the original structure including the dome. The opulent artwork and sculptures inside where designed by ??? After a quick ...
... food is not my favourite. I don't like tomatoes & lasagne & I'm not a fan of pasta or cheese. Grant & I both don't drink coffee, hate the taste. German food was the best, bring back the sausages. Even the veal scaloppine in Italy is not that good. You can order roast potatoes with it but if they offer veggies it's always eggplant & tomato yuk! Our waiter was very friendly & chatty. After dinner I wandered through some souvenir shops & made ...
Up and hung out in apartments waiting for Anna, coffee at Angelina's Found Anna getting out of taxi in the piazza Home for cup of tea then out to visit the Pantheon on thusly to lunch at Armando al Pantheon: bruschetta, mozzarella and eggplant parmigiana for starters the ravioli with mushrooms for A, chicken baked ...
Wake up call 12.45am, boxed breakfast and leave at 2.00pm for departure at 6.00am. Farewell to our driver (Elvis) and guide (Osama) we transfer to Tel Aviv airport for our connecting flight to Romeas a special tribute to the Church's greatest evangelist. It was cold and wet so we all wrapped up for the visit after a very early start. This was a magnificent start to ...
... to last and would be a cinch compared to the previous flight. Again the stewards and esses were great. Nothing was too much trouble.
We disembarked at Rome and were glad we were finally on the ground and our holiday could begin. Straight through immigration with the guy seemingly more interested in checking facebook on his phone than Pamela's and my bona-fides. Hey but this is Italy. Grabbing our bags at the carousel was next and my concerns about our ...