Rome Vatican Vacation Apartments
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... Claudian dynasty. This was accomplished by the Roman poet Virgil in the first century BC.
Monarchy, republic, empire
Main articles: Ancient Rome, Roman Kingdom, Roman Republic ...
... the coffee, the less said about that the better. Even the biggest cup is small by Australian standards, I'm fairly certain the only type of milk they use is long life UHT milk and if the coffee is served warmer than room temperature then you're in for the shock of your life. The actual city itself is awesome, old ruins everywhere, stacks of history and natural spring water fountains on every corner. The Vatican and the churches are more of the same, garish red and ...
... if she wanted some band aids, since I had a whole box from this morning. She looked at me, unaware of what I meant. When I pulled them out of my purse, she called me "bellissimo angelo" and said "grazie" repeatedly. Good deed done!
After a quick stop back at "home", we decided to check out the tiny restaurant next to our apartment that Fabio (who we rented the apartment from) said was "molto buona". It is called Ambasica Di Capri ...
... by. I tried to cooperate, I really did, but at one point while standing on the side of a curvy road waiting to cross to yet another curvy road with a blind turn and no shoulder I couldn't help myself and blurted out, "I'm not getting myself killed because you don't want to get lost" and stormed off. I will admit, there was probably a more diplomatic way to convey that message but at the time it didn't come to me. Patrick followed me, not saying ...
... Unfortunately no photos in the Sistine Chapel. Afterwards we spent the day walking around Rome through the Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere areas. Our last day, we revisited the Spanish steps and had a lovely farewell lunch. Rome is a big city with a lot of people, glad we came, but would not come back. Tomorrow we head to Orvieto and so looking forward to being in a more low key quaint area. Diane and ...