Casa Edoardo B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... but trying to follow signs and people and we came out in a station we had been to the first day we arrived in Athens and I knew we still had quite a distance to the actual terminal. Out and down and across the street. Into the terminal to find out the Ryanair check-in is at the opposite end. We are now running.
I had paid ahead of time to check our two bags and we got there at 9:20 (40 minutes before). The gate agent took pity on us ...
We have made it to Rome, this is where we started our epic voyage and this is where it ends. It has been a great trip as many of you have read. We have to return our car here. This is the second car we leased and have had this one a little longer then the first one. This one however, was not quite as good as the first. It was a diesel car with the same trim but it didn't have the guts of the first car. Oh well, it served our purpose. This car was returned with ...
... is facing you, but when you walk across to the other side, it follows you and by the end it looks very short.
Again, places you could be in and look at it forever; The Sistine Chapel. This place is amazing. You are not allowed to take photos and you are actually not even allowed to talk. It is not even worth describing any more because neither words or pictures actually could do it justice. Just ...
... Chapel when a new Pope is appointed, the balcony where he appears once appointed, the window where he appears once a week to bless the masses when in residence, the platform where mass is said each Wednesday and Sunday. An enormous area - puts in perspective the scenes that you see of masses of people gathered in the square. Left the area for lunch and souvenirs for those who wanted them - we bought Vatican Stamps to post cards to our church families ...
... died in 1564, before its completion by Jacopo Lo Duca, a pupil of Michelangelo’s. One notable feature of Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri is the meridian line built into its floor and gaps in the ceiling used to measure the passage of the stars. After our tour we headed for dinner at an italian restaurant. After this we headed back to the hotel on the bus which was super easy and quick. We also got to see the Fontana tritone all lit up, so ...