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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and Rome were phenomenal. The weather couldn't have cooperated more. Next stop, the Vatican Museums. We had tickets for a special Friday night late opening at 7PM. Upon entry, we were shown the way to an outdoor courtyard, the Cortile della Pigna, where we had wine and appetizers and a view of the lit up dome we had just climbed. The walk through the museums probably took us 90 minutes and that was by focusing on a few themes. I could easily have ...
... 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 ...
Today was the day we had booked to tour The Vatican. We set off early, and it was very pleasant walking at 8.30am. We had a stroll to the meeting point, only taking the wrong way once! Our guide was a German lady who has lived in Rome for 30 years. She was very knowledgeable and we heard all about the Popes and how wonderfully generous they were in collecting all these works of art. She described the ceiling of ...
Due to the crazy queues (I wish I had taken a picture!) we couldn't manage to do both the Sistine chapel and Saint Peter's Basilica on the same day. So, we ended up doing two trips to the city which I do think was a better way of doing things. Even though we had arrived early in the morning the queue was already crazy and this time there was no shortcuts or express lines. That said, it is quicker if you join the 'Christians in Rome' tour but ...
Rome is my new favourite place! It was amazing in every way and we absolutely loved it!!
Our introduction to Rome started with their NUTSO driving. It was the craziest thing I've ever seen and kept us shocked and entertained for ages! These people seem to have no road rules, they don't stay in their lanes and instead are a muddled mess on the road. People seriously straddled the lines, are half on the footpath, some are in their lanes ...