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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... We were all organised for our tour by 8.30, easy, easy.
No matter how you feel about religion you would have to be impressed with the Vatican! We walked our feet off with our guide for three hours on the tour and saw so many amazing works in the museums, Sistine Chapel and St Peters Basilica. During our 15 mins taking in the Sistine Chapel a priest came in and said a pray and a blessing. I have no idea how often that happens each day but we were there for one of ...
... feet/toenails and face were completely intact. Egyptians were clearly experts at mummification. There method was to take the insides out, throw the bits that they thought were useless, like the brain before stuffing the body with straw/hay and salting it for 40 days. They then smothered the body with perfumes and scented oils before wrapping the body in sometimes more than 100 m of linen! We then continued on to ...
Tuscany Day Trip!!
So yesterday I had my first mini trip! We went to Tuscany county and more specially Montepulciano first and then a vineyard in Montalcino second! We had to be at termini (the train and bus terminal) at 7:40am. We had no idea how to really get there and we thought we would just walk -__- First mistake on us. We ended up leaving our apartment at like 6:50AM and that was horrible! We walked for over and ...
... were very fortunate to have our last day in Rome today.
St Peter's Bascillica had been closed for a while and was only opened again this afternoon so Judy ensured we went through it before the Pope said Mass at 5pm...where the same crowds started to pack the church again! It never stops :)
It was a bit disconcerting to see the beggars outside with heads bowed and arms outstretched begging for money when there is so much ...
... case at other sites. The area would cover about 10 hectares or so. Being away from the hustle and bustle of Rome and not having hoards of tourists here the area takes on a more park-like relaxed nature being dotted with Cyprus pines and places to sit and reflect.
The site has a museum with a number of artefacts and, of course, sculptures. There was a "bust" of the Roman god, Zeus which to me had an ...