Le Suite Di Napoleone
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... is the new 70! So no men wanted them anyway. Lively conversation continued with a wonderful wine and meat/cheese appetizer at a local wine bar. Cornelius, we have a lot of questions for you when we get home.
My legs are beginning to feel the activity. And a few blisters on the feet. I thought I broke in the new Clarks. Glad I brought some extra sandals. Today we walked 21000 steps! We crashed before ten so that we can ...
... inside. It’s not a terribly time consuming attraction but interesting to think about the gladiator fights that one day took place there.
After leaving the Colosseum, it wasn’t long before our legs needed a break. Good timing to sit on the steps in Piazza Venezia and admire the Palazzo Venezia.
Next on the agenda was to locate the Trevi fountain. I took over the map, and by getting Mel to read the littlest ...
... black and gold alter. Then to the left, we saw a priest performing a service. Mom went in while I continued looking around. Mom and I talked a bit about religion and Catholicism while viewing the rest of the church, before heading out.
We walked through the city again, and to the square. There was a trumpeter playing and it was really nice. We then walked along the walls of the vatican to a pizza place that was supposedly ...
... will require today and the best use of our short time available. The traffic really doesn't seem so bad here. There is a high volume, but is appears quite orderly compared to some places we have seen. We get out at the Spanish Steps, where people are sitting eating lunch and there is a bride and groom having their photos taken. It actually looks more like some sort of 'photo shoot', there is no obvious bridal party about. From the Spanish Steps ...
... waitress. She quickly bought out a large bottle of Acqua Panna specially signed by Pavarotti and carefully poured us a glass. As soon as she disappeared we plunged the egg into the glass and tried to look nonchalant when she walked past a minute later. The cold water did the trick but we did feel bad for Pavarotti!!!
Rami unfortunately has developed a bad infection of his little toe so after breakfast I set off for the local ...