Brunetti Twenty Eight Guest House
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... architects Piacentini and Spaccarelli, for want of Benito Mussolini and in accordance with the church, after the conclusion of the Lateran Treaty. According to the Lateran Treaty, certain properties of the Holy See located in Italian territory, ...
... lost. We eventually realise our error in map reading is due to the picture of the Pantheon being drawn upside down on the map we were given - silly us!?! We are heading South not North, so we change our plans and head for the Colosseum and find that it is half covered in scaffolding. Not to worry, let's have lunch in its shadow and make tracks for the Fontana Di Trevi so we can repeat our coin throwing experience.
Sorry, not possible the Fontana ...
... conversation with the Italian man next to me) and bus & taxi it into the centre, no one answers the enormous, heavy door of the 450 yr old former palace opposite the great Norman/Islamic Cathedral in which we have a little 'apartment'. The kindest of taxi drivers wanted to be sure we were OK and so had waited as we rang the bell. My newly SIM-ed phone refused to perform and so he used his and finally reached our host who ...
... inside the ceiling of it. But alas, because we had exited the Forum & Palatine we could not go back in. A bit disappointing but I was too tired to really worry about it. (The combined ticket allows access to the Colosseum as well as the Forum & Palatine. It says they can be visited over two days, but only once each. What it actually means is that the Colosseum is one entry & the Forum & Palatine is another - you can't split the Forum & Palatine across ...
... bedrooms and comfortable beds. Our tour guide Mike
advised having twin beds as the double beds in Europe were often ¾
Tuesday the 1st of
September – A later start
this morning – 8am. We travelled through beautiful country and
started climbing as we approached Switzerland. We found picture
postcard views around every corner. Cameras clicking non-stop. We
kept looking for Heidi because ...