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... tickets(fortunately as admissions were sold out until the 17th) and were able to in directly. From the moment I stepped in I felt overwhelmed by the abundance of sculptures, painting, frescoes in the ceilings and the magnificence of the palace built Cardinal Northern, later Pope Paul V.
My main interest were three sculptures, Bernini's David, his Apollo and Dafne, and Paulina Bonaparte by Canova ...
Had breaking and skyped with Margret in Sulzberg 10 degrees overcast and a cold wind brrrrrr no thanks I'll stay here were it's warm. Skyped with Flavia in London! we meet her on our trip in NT. Wg laughed so much Aussie in Rome talking to an Italian in London, So off to the Vatican again as yesterday we found out that if you speak German you can visit the German cemetery that is in the Vatican City. Wh approached the Swiss. Guards and asked ...
... loved the history Rome had to give and though the heat was a little too much, it was an amazing day. We went to the Coliseum, the Palatine, Vittorio Emmanuel II Monument, The Roman Forum and the Parco Del Colle Oppio. It was a really nice day, save for our accommodation.
Day 3, there was only the 4 of us including myself. OB felt really ill, so decided to stay behind and slept most of the day, from what we were told. The rest of us ended up going to explore the ...
... is one of them. He is
such a great guy. He was our tour guide, our interpreter, our friend
& everybody's family. He is knowledgeable of the sites in Rome. Now, he is like a cousin to me.
27. Lucca- Lucca, the receptionist/manager is a very sweet man. He was so sorry
& tried to make up for it. Actually, later that night we missed our
train & I was on the phone with him & I said, "Lucca you don't
have to pick us up, I know you & ...
... wine it was a memorable 2 hour lunch. Wandered back to our hotel for a break and then Happy Hour in the lounge. Got to know Katherine and Bruce Read from Melbourne a little better. Wandered back to the Piazza Navona for a front seat dinner table to watch the people and street musicians. Had another memorable meal of a shared meat antipasti, a a deliciously rich Tortellini with ham and peas, and I followed with lemon veal. Another ...