Termini Gold B&B
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Nice accommodation in a central location. Our host Alberto made us feel very welcome.
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... and Santa Maria Maggiore). It is also the throne of the Popes - all cardinals have a church in Rome, and the Pope's church is always San Giovanni in Laterno. The popes lived at this basilica from 324AD until thr flight to Avignon in 1309. The basilica was sacked and burned whilst the popes were in exile - it was rebuilt in the 1600s, and is truly massive in size - the second largest in Rome (after St Peter's) and one of the largest in the world. The High Altar can only ...
... over my shoulder into the fountain and make a wish. This is a again a spectacular structure and you can see where the water over time has worn away the rock to take its own path. As there were so many people pushing to get to the front I went to the side of the fountain and it was lovely to just sit and watch from under my umbrella.
Next stop was the Spanish steps, I took the wrong road from the Trevi Fountain and so then had to take the long way to the Spanish steps ...
... not always stop and take pictures of every glorious sight, mainly because I already have a picture (or 10 or 20).
On one side of the Piazza are the Baths of Diocletian. Part of these pagan ruins were restructured into the church Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri, designed by Michelangelo. The facade of the church seems to blend right into the rough exterior of the ruin; the inside is beautiful, and huge! It has many Egyptian-type ...
... for the Sistine Chapel. None of this was true, I timed about 1 hour and 20 minutes until we were in, and nice dress was simply suggested.
What made the wait go by pretty quick was the nice Scottish family who was in line ahead of us. We got to talk to them about America and they told us some neat things about living in Scottland.
We got into the Vatican and it was absolutely packed full of people. We made our way to the Sistine Chapel and ...
... woke up it was very nice outside so I went for a long walk to dinner and ended up going by all three of those sites again in the nice weather. I have pictures from both and I am glad I went back the second time.
I had dinner at a restaurant in Trastevere called Dal Poeta. It was by far my best meal in Rome so far. I had a simple margherita pizza with buffalo ...