La Stella di Roma B&B
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... according to the sign with the arrow. I saw one large structure under restoration and figured that was it. Ha! Shows was little I know about the Roman Empire. I know I'm not alone, but it's slightly embarrassing! As it turns out, Palatine Hill is a very large area that I completely missed. In my defense, I saw an area that I wanted to go to (which was actually Palatine Hill), but I couldn't figure out how to get there). I was excited to go to ...
... Union), and also played host to the official signing of the proposed European Constitution in July 2004.
Rome is the seat of the NATO Defense College and is the place where the Statute of the International Criminal Court and the European Convention on Human Rights were formulated.
... you exit the building and are compelled to turn to take one last glance. We followed the line of tourists to the Vatican museum. Where we queued again for well oven an hour. Here the touts were more aggressive, telling us all sorts of tales about cruise ships tourists who were about to arrive on booked tours causing our wait time to inflate to three hours. The Vatican museum is a must see here as it's last exhibit is the Sistine Chapel. Over seven kilometres of exhibits are on ...
... offering us roses, then figured it was time to catch that hop on-hop off bus and sit for a while, we just didn't know where to catch it! Eventually after lots of uphill walking we found the bus stop and got on it for the rest of the ride to see if we'd missed anything, but about 2 minutes down the road it stopped at the end of the line so we headed home. Out for spaghetti for dinner and crashed. Not sure either of us have ever been so tired from walking ...
Today in Rome (27th April), was a history breaking Catholic tradition where two past popes were canonised, ie made Saints at the one ceremony. Being in Rome for an historic event such as this (although I am not Catholic) seemed a perfect time to go and check it all out!
Knowing this would attract hundreds of thousands of followers, pilgrams and nosey tourists like myself, I had not wanted to put on the TV and check out ...