The Home in Rome Kosher Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Vatican Museum. The staging area involves getting the passes that allow you entrance into the Museum and the Sistine Chapel as well as getting the head sets that allow you to listen to the tour guide. The head sets are critical. As you move through the tour, you and your tour guide can be separated by the friendly hordes who are going through their tours at the same time. As an example, the Vatican Museums are a long and narrow row of rooms displaying a wealth of ...
... but then Dani and I realized that the camera shutter wasn't opening all the way on my wide angle pictures. It had a little tumble out of someone's pocket (who will remain nameless but probably feels guilty right now) so now I know what the consequences were. We will use some good photo editing and the iphones for wide angle shots for now. Walked a few blocks to have lunch at a very cute little outdoor cafe. ...
... br> Once we arrived in Rome Scott gave us a 'short' walking tour which turned into a 3 hour tour due to the crowds which we later found out were thanks to the Pope being in and around the Spanish steps! The 'short' tour meant everyone was walking around in their bus clothes, costly for some of the boys in boardies, thongs and evens slippers! Rome is so full of history and wonderful architecture it's no surprise people get lost here on a daily basis! Because our tour ...
... City (it's a country within a country, kinda like inception.). We were going to go into the Basilica, but the line was about 1000 meters long (I'm kinda exaggerating, but not much!)! So in the end, we just walked back to the train station, stopping for lunch on the way (I highly recommend the Mimi E Gatto! I think that's how it's spelled.....). We walked the long ...
... fortunate to be close and enjoy each others company. We walked around Rome with the millions and millions of others. Jostling on side walks and dodging cars and trams. It is so vibrant and clean and as the weather is still gorgeous, all the road side cafe’s and bars where overflowing with happy revelers.
We meandered to the Trevi Fountain. How is that!!!!???? We are in Rome at the Trevi Fountain. ...