Hotel Mayfair Residence Rome
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... that came from the 12 metre high statue of Constantine that stood within the Roman Forum. The first floor contains marble and bronze sculptures, the best were. 1st century bronze of a boy removing a splinter from his foot, a bronze wolf suckling Romulus and Remus from 5th century BC and Gian Lorenzo Berninis 'Medusa'. The first halls didn't allow photographs, which is a shame because the decoration of the rooms ...
... of the present basilica, replacing the Old St. Peter's Basilica of the 4th century AD, began on 18 April 1506 and was completed on 18 November 1626. St. Peter's is famous as a place of pilgrimage, for its liturgical functions. Because of its location in the Vatican, the Pope presides at a number of services throughout the year, drawing audiences of 15,000 to over 80,000 people, either within the Vatican Basilica, or in St. Peter's Square. The Roman ...
... fingers crossed that all was OK. The trip was just over 3 hours. We stopped part way for a toilet and coffee break, but there were 8 Coaches at this stop which made it near on impossible to get served and drink the coffee in the 15 mins we were allotted. We passed on the idea and decided to wait till we got to Pompeii. Most slept on the bus, including me for a bit. At Pompeii, after our much needed coffee, which was also our breakfast, we started working our way around the ruins. ...
... weekend in Rome with his Dad Alan from Beirut, lovely people. We waited and waited and waited to meet Milo the tour owner and our guide Francinda - we had arrived too early because we had no idea how long it would take us to get there.
After a briefing session about the tour the group headed to the tour company office and paid. It had been explained to us that the queues at the Vatican would be long and the only way to 'jump the queue' was ...
... it even better. Later that night our entire group saw Copelia, which is a ballet. The opera house was absolutely gorgeous and it was so fun to dress up. The ballet was really cute. At the end they did their bows but they did it all twice, we were so confused as to why they literally repeated every bow. The seats we sat in were tiny so some of the guys knees were up against the wall. Of course afterwards we did a gelato run!
October 3rd: Today was our first day of ...