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... the Christian world visit Vatican City, within the city of Rome, the seat of the papacy. The Pope was the most influential figure during the Middle Ages. The city became a major pilgrimage site during the Middle Ages and the focus of struggles between ...
... the top floor of the Sofitel Villa Borghese at sunset and provides a great view over Rome towards th Vatican. Next is the Intercontintal de la Ville Roma where the view is not as good but it is more welcoming and has an entertainer playing a keyboard and singing. This we followed by finally finding and walking down the Spanish Steps. Then back at the Piazza in front of our hotel we ate our last Gelati in Italy before we say "Arrivederci Roma".
... one needs to 'vent' and discover the humour in the muddle...poor Jonny! another early night for him! Will tomorrow finally start to feel like it should or are we getting too dotty for this sort of travel? His greatest fear and mine that he will never return with me to Europe, rather opting for Asia which he finds so much easier. First Impressions Even as the NE coast of Sicily replaced the aerial vision of the sea,I was astonished by ...
The last breakfast of the cruise! One or two blinks, and it's gone!
We have an early morning start as the people to leave the ship are disembarked early. So we say our farewells to the dining staff after breakfast, secretly blaming them for making us eat so much, and then are ushered out to the dockside to collect our luggage and onto a bus to the Civitavecchia bus stop. As we get there, we are bombarded by those people wanting to us tours, taxis to the city, guides ...
... overlooking the village and countryside which we shared with our
favourite Canadians with a wine or two.
Wednesday the 2nd of
September – Today we had
another late start – 8am. We drove to the picturesque city
beside Lake Lucerne, visited a moving statue of a lion representing a
historical defeat then we were left to or own devices until 2pm.
This was good, but would have been better if most ...