L'Incanto di San Pietro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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... I had prosciutto and melon, which was amazing... I've never had proper prosciutto before!!), 3 pastas, a litre of the house red wine, and 5 limoncello shots, and this came to a total of €70... Wow!!! And everything was delicious!
Now we're off to bed, ready to do it again tomorrow - Vatican and The Forum.. Jarrod is very excited and Im now armed with a geekish amount of knowledge before going.
Buona Notte, see you tomorrow!! ...
... entrance and we headed in. The line to get into St. Peter's wrapped around half of the wall. We decided that we only had time for one line and this one wouldn't be it. Instead we would stand in line for the Sistine Chapel. We walked around the cathedral area for a while, took pictures and checked out the post office. I was looking for a place to ship things home but this was not the place to do it. ...
... Along with lots more sculptures, torsos, etc we saw chunks/remnants (face, foot and hand) of a massive statue of Constantine which was once in the forum, the Etruscan She-wolf statue with (added much later) suckling babes, Romulus & Remus.
Wednesday night we went to an audio-visual production about The time of Augustus Caesar. We each got given headphones and were seated in tiered seats facing the ruins of Augustus's Temple and Basillica at the Forum ...
... definitely be frequenting there often and plan to buy the limoncello and some spices next time! After leaving the market we had about 2 hours before a dorm meeting so we decided to continue walking past campo. We thought we were headed towards the Colosseo again but didn't bother to take out a map and instead just roamed the streets of Rome! The architecture is breathtaking around the city and we spent a lot of time taking pictures and enjoying the sunny ...
When in Rome ... do as the Romans do and it seems today everyone's a tourist.
The sun’s shining and it’s a pleasant 23 degrees – perfect sightseeing weather.
It’s All Saints Day, a public holiday, and most shops are closed – the hop-on hop-off buses are doing a roaring trade. Hundreds of thousands of tourists are milling around the city.
A city marathon’s ...