B&B Domus Diana
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... to the security checks where they xrayed the bags.
Once inside the first impression was this place is built for giants, it was such a big interior space.
First I followed the crowds to the chapel where the exquisite Michaelangelo carving of the Pieta is held behind glass. it reminded me of being in the Louvre and trying to look at and take a photo of the Mona Lisa over the backs of twenty other people all trying to do the same. Same ...
... reached most of the city.
Maintenance of the ducts was a constant job being tended to by first, a paid curator, and then often labour slaves. The Roman legions were also required to build and dig in areas far from the city of Rome itself as they proceeded to conquer and inhabit further regions of the empire.
Towards the last days of the Roman Empire many of these Aqueducts were destroyed by invading German tribes as they sought ...
We began our morning very early, with a 7:30 bus ride to Vatican City. We skipped breakfast at the cafe and scrounged on our own snacks and the yogurts and juice in our B&B fridge. We got there earlier than expected so went inside a restaurant directly across from the Vatican Museum entrance and paid a premium for fruit, croissants and coffee. A huge premium!!! Because we booked a Vatican tour, we walked straight in with the ...
Becasue of falling asleep so early the previous day, Paulina and I were up by 3 am today. Around 6am, we decided to head out and try to catch the sunrise and sort of further explore the neighborhood. And what a great decision that was! we walked down the to Tiber River and crossed and then crossed back across another bridge. Even so early in ...
We have a car reserved to take us to the port and board the Eurodam in about 8 hours and iit is supposed to pick us up here at the house. Finally we'll be able to unpack and get organized and get prepped for the next big tour in Cartagena, Spain which is on Thursday this week.
Again, thanks for continuing to follow our trials and tribulations here in Europe. Stay tuned and by the way - the tulips are still doing great !