San Michele a Porta Pia Bed & Breakfast
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... tto be back and getting into the pool.
On the way to the bar tonight, we bumped into Chris from our first busabout group for Greek island tour. Was nice seeing him, we had a quick chat, but he he to go and we came in to finish this blog.
We have loved Rome, and so glad we had 5 full days. There is so much to see and do. People must miss out on so much only 1-2 days here. It is crowded withh toursits but just from walking around we found some nice ...
... the blog. One thing I noticed it about Vienna Airport, they hardly make any announcements over the PA, so you have no idea on what is going on. We ended up being delayed by about 20mins in total. The plane to Rome was about 100mins long, I spent half of the flight deleting the bad quality photos on the camera to make room, as we have used quite a bit of the memory so far. It wasn't long until my eye lids got the better of me, and I had a ...
... into three and we were moving at the rate of 1 meter per hour. Pedestrians were all but walking on our bonnets (hoods) and scooter drivers were performing extreme acts of stupidity. Oh and Susan was screaming or gasping every inch of the way. (Note: This was the worst traffic we have seen during our stay in Rome)
After negotiating what seemed like 20 or more turns, we were relieved to see the Termini station which is about six blocks long. One thing we had ...
... To my surprise, it was even more crowded at night than in the day! Dragan and Marlon led us to the Pantheon, which we could never find ourselves. We sat at a nice outdoor café right in front of it, and had a very scenic last drink. Afterwards, we all left and said our goodbyes. Michelle and I walked back to the Westin, and had a great night’s sleep in our very comfortable bed. The next day we planned to do a lot of ...
... 450 feet
Claibourne highlight - map room inside the Vatican Museum
Claibourne lowlight - Brian hogging all the hot water so when I showered it was luke warm at best
Christine highlight - climbing to the top of St. Peter's to look out over Rome. We couldn't see anything due to the fog, but it was fun anyways.
Christine lowlight - learning that the chimney that releases the white or black pope smoke in the Sistine Chapel is a temporary structure. Who knew?