Piccolo Principe B&B
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... drink in the Garden Lounge on deck 9. Dinner was another enjoyable event with our table companions before we headed for the theatre to hear NZ's leading tenor Benjamin Makisi. He has a magnificent voice and performed a range of familiar operatic and classical numbers that brought a standing ovation.
Monday 1st December. This is an at sea day. Today is day 50 of our trip and there are 38 days left. Late rising today saw us breakfast at the buffet ...
... was building.
Planning a proposal is kind of difficult when you are with your partner 24/7. It wasn’t until January when we visited Torres del Paine in Chile and embarked on a 4 day trek that I finally got some time to myself. Rach decided to head back to the city after 1.5 days leaving me to complete the trek alone. I think best when alone ...
... what seemed to be confessional rooms. A quick stop in the gift shop for some post cards to the grandmothers and then another at the Vatican City post office to send them out.
Now it was on to St. Peter's square. It was huge and amazing! We kept having flashes from Angels and Demons and where Robert Langdon and the Camerlengo ran to and fro. We even found one of the plaques on the ground with the cherub blowing wind.
In order to enter ...
... history after a while, and Sophie was surprised just how old everything was. Laurie and I learnt where our words arena and basilica originated from, amongst all the many facts.
Fun evening in Piazza Navonna. The piazza was full of stalls selling art works. You could buy any variation of views of the Colosseum, or Roman Forum, fountains, churchs etc, oils, water colours, pencil drawings. We now have ...
We didn't have too long in Rome, we spent the first day at the Roman forum and ruins surrounding the area including the colosseum. We did a quick tour with the guide which helped us understand the layout.... It was mind blowing! The marble and architecture was unbelievable and just the whole civilisation and history behind it... Also the chariot stadium which made the colosseum look like Robertson oval, which is just a park now was impressive. ...