EverGreen Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... were also seen (and still are seen by the Catholics) as the successors of Peter, he being the first Bishop of Rome. The city thus became of increasing importance in the Catholic Church. After the fall of the Western Roman ...
... archeological digs, Trevi fountain ( not much as it is all scaffolded) and then as we are near the pantheon, we passed thru that, and to piazza naverone, ( where all these artists do paintings, caricatures and then back to our little lane way which was alive with tables from the restaurants, and bars, we stopped at a bar had some spritz and morris a beer and now finally back at the apartment at 22.00 watching TV So good night from ...
... one needs to 'vent' and discover the humour in the muddle...poor Jonny! another early night for him! Will tomorrow finally start to feel like it should or are we getting too dotty for this sort of travel? His greatest fear and mine that he will never return with me to Europe, rather opting for Asia which he finds so much easier. First Impressions Even as the NE coast of Sicily replaced the aerial vision of the sea,I was astonished by ...
... boxes on top. I did not actually touch any trash)
When we woke up we made a Roma plan. We looked at mass times and decided we would go to church in the Vatican even though we would not be able to understand them. We packed the bag and headed to the gates of St. Peters. I have been to the Vatican before so I knew which line to get into for security. We headed that way and we entered the line with nun. I assume she was a Roman nun as she shot through the ...
... the tour groups. When we were leaving, the queue was actually outside St Peter's! There were big electronic boards saying the basilica would be closed from 12 to 3pm before the Papal Mass. As it was 3:30 the line was snaking all around the square - glad we didn't need to go in to see it. There were also lots of seats in the square as the Papal Mass yesterday had been out in the square.
We decided to go through the Raphael Rooms this time which also meant we had to go through ...