EverGreen Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... wait in Italy they don't let you just use their wifi, and British isn't one of the choices, ok so an Italian sim it shall be. Now where to sleep.
Rode another 20 miles, and found Piemonte.
Great little town, stayed in a nice place, pricey, but it was an apartment.
Outside that evening two very officious local police officers were booking any cars that were parked in the square, as later there was to be a parade up the street. I did ask what the parade was ...
This morning we took the short walk down to Vatican City to see the Pope (he was due to appear at noon). I was very excited to see him, but the feeling was not mutual, because he didn't show up. Whoops. Sorry, Pope Francis, you blew your chance to see me. I was later told that he appeared earlier for Psalm Sunday, and as such didn't show up again. In any case, I never tire of being in St. Peter's Square and taking in St. Peter's Basilica. Even ...
This morning we went to the Capitol Museum, it is mainly know for its sculpture in particular it's portrait busts. I pretty much only want to go so I could se the bust of Commodus portrayed and Hercules it is an awesome sculpture with a unique base. The statues of Marcus arelieus and Constantine were impressive to see as were the statues of the Roman gods. After the museum we met up with John at the Jewish quarter for a kosher meal I found it very intriguing that a Jewish ...
... in school, but I generally felt quite ignorant about the history of Europe. We walk back to catch the shuttle back to the hotel and our Rocky neighbours are there waiting also. (This still is so amazing to me). A quick drive to the airport, the last time I was game to look at the speedo we were clocking just over 155 kph. Our holiday had been amazing we were blessed ...
... was ordered to come to paint the Sistine Cahpel by force by the Pope. He would stand on scaffolding everyday to paint the roof of the Chapel, and it took four years! Soon he was so stiff that he couldn't bend down, and every night he would have to sleep in his boots. Today I Learnt.... Italians get very good use out of their car horns. Today's Top Tip... When walking on roads near the Spanish Steps, make sure you look behind you every ten seconds, otherwise you could ...