Casa Dei Colori
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... a selfie stick’ or ‘can I sell you this tour’ people. But I did have a little laugh to myself at the irony of what had just happened. It’s a story at least!
Instead of exploring the city and hitting up a number of food places that was recommended, I very slowly made my way to The Vatican today. I took the Metro and tried desperately to weave past every person trying to sell me a ticket to the ...
... beauty and the geek' party, I asked the group in general "So who are we all meant to be, beauty or geeks?".
"Well you're the beauty babe" Victoria had responded cheekily, just like that I wanted her again. Now though, as I was having my face covered in spit, resisting the urge to go all WWE and smash a chair over Maleesa's back to stop Ganzer from doing something similar, Eduardo had come over to keep her company.
Eventually Maleesa disappears, I start talking ...
We started our day after a good nights sleep rested and at breakfast. We are at The Marriott Grand Flora. The view from breakfast is magnificent. I am posting a picture or two of the view from our outside table!
We had an early (9AM) reservation for a private (well, small group) tour of the Vatican we reserved through the Vatican website. Our taxi (note more info...always take a taxi that has a meter as they are the good ones) driver dropped us the ...
Thanks to another excellent recommendation by Katie Parla's rome I'm eating like a roman today at Colline Emiliane. They have a reputation for kindness to foreigners and indeed have been happy to seat a lone traveller. Granted said lone traveller instantly went for the highest price by glass wine on the menu which always makes a waiter happier. A very smooth Sangiovese Cabernet celli. I further made the waiters day by ...
... was pretty upset! It was helpful and such a deal!
Patrick also lost our second umbrella during the audience that morning.
We headed home for a break and then went on the metro to the Pope's church, San Giovanni in Laterano. Another breathtaking church. I went to confession here. Next we found the Scala Santa - these are supposed to be the steps Jesus walked on when he was condemned to death - from Pontius Pilate's house and brought to Rome ...