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... a muscle. After we patch Harry up it was dinner
time so we had dinner and went to bed. The next morning we went to a huge
flower show that had an 8 km maze in the middle, it took nearly all day to get
to the middle and the creamiest fudge in the world.
The next morning we had to get up early to
get to Italy. After a 3-hour flight Julia who was going to take us to the house
in Tuscany picked us up. As we arrived at the house we were amazed by it. ...
... and a balcony with a view of the neighbourhood. After a quick stop at the local shop, bought some Gatorade and white wine, we came back home and went to sleep.
Breakfast was at 9.30am and it was perfect. We had hot Italian style coffee with croissants and biscotti. Agapi the manager of the B&B was very helpful and she even offered to do the laundry for free for us. Both of us were stunned by their quality of service. After sorting a few things we finally ventured ...
... was able to navigate us through the confusing alleyways to our B&B and we got there at exactly 8 pm. Unfortunately we rang the buzzer and there was no answer. So I had to find a restaurant who would let us use their phone. Once I got onto him, I could tell he was travelling and he said he’d be there in about 10 minutes. This was fine and we checked in once he arrived. The room was nice and had a view of the grand canal. We had the whole B&B to ourselves as the other rooms ...
... Chapel of the palace was crafted by Carlo Maderno.
Adjacent to the president's palace is the Palazzo della Consulta, built by Ferdinando Fuga in 1734 for Pope Clement XII and the Papal court. This ...
... outside the doors of the Basilica of St. Peter. This church was simply massive. Apparently it is the largest church in the world. It contains the preserved bodies of past popes and cardinals. I took picture of where they kept these past bodies, and it kind of felt odd. As this was Holy Week, everything was being set up for the Easter Sunday mass in which they were expecting nearly 20,000 people within the city walls. Outside the Basilica was just filled with 40 ft. ...