Trevi B&B Roma
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... being lost twice.
We got to our room and were pretty happy with the accommodations. We had a queen room with a private ensuite bathroom but the piece de la resistance was that there was a mini fridge with complimentary water bottles and mini bottles of prosecco.
We sat for a little bit and just cooled down, drinking our water. Once we had relaxed for a bit we decided to venture out to a local restaurant that Brittany had found ...
... now. We got some quite nice pizza slices for lunch and then headed
off to see the Spanish steps, Pantheon and Treveli fountain. I hadn't
seen the Pantheon before, so that was cool to see Rafael's tomb. We
then got some delicious gelatos (lemon and pear for me) and walked
back to the hotel, stopping off for a fairly average pizza nearby. We
had laundry to do so that took up about an hour and a half. Such a
good feeling to have clean clothes again! ...
... which bypassed the queues so we headed in with the group and then set off on our own once we cleared security.
It was a great visit as we spent time looking at some of the maps and frescos again, enjoying them as we focussed on these items. We also spend a while sat in the Sistine chapel enjoying the frescos on the walls and ceiling. We had hoped to join the Basilica tour but we just missed it so we caught the bus to the Vittorio Emanuel ...
... then darkened for 1600 years, Pius ordered a more thorough excavation, and everybody was happy but slightly puzzled as to the precise location of Peter's actual remains as they were not where Constantine's columns were! A young female archeologist, remembering the simple graffittii wall scrawl, made the rather novel suggestion that perhaps second generation Christians relocated Peter's bones for fear of pagan descration, and ...
... who I hold dear. I will be spending Christmas with Marta and all her family here in Rome, with a feast of epic proportions included. I can't wait to meet and "speak" with everyone! A true Roman Holiday.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all!