La Piccola Maison
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On Friday (Sept 12) I forgot my to bring my camera with me as I wandered around. Not to worry though as my phone still caught some decent pictures as I wandered around.
I had bought a three day pass for using the subway and it was my last day so I decided to see what I could a bit further down the subway line first stopping at the Basilica of San Giovanni. ...
... which we hadn't had in Montepulciano Called Anna, all set ( if stressed) for tomorrow Out passed Pantheon and Piazza Navona to Da Tonino for dinner: pasta with tomato, chilli and parsley for J, and with mushrooms and peas for me Home to bed Accommodation: Via del Pozzetta 122 groomed through Rome ...
... hotel. Then, when I arrive I let them know that I will be staying in the city for longer but cannot afford to pay the price I booked at for the whole stay. I’d rather not move to another hotel. Often, the hotel will offer you a discount. You can also do this without pre-booking. I just like to know that I have a spot saved just in case.
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Today I was Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday, minus Gregory Peck (or that can be Richard). Because of that movie I fell in love with Rome. There's a scene in the movie where Audrey Hepburn sees a round statue of a face and mouth and she sticks her hand in the mouth, then Gregory Peck tells her the tale of the stone and how it can tell if you are a liar or not by sticking your hand inside its mouth. She then hesitates ...
Today was our Vatican day. Originally, we wanted to check out the papal audience and see the pope, but then we decided that there would be too many people (I had seen the pope last time I came to Rome this way). Instead, we decided to go straight to the Vatican Museums (and Sistine Chapel).
Maybe everyone was still in Papal Audience, but when we arrived at the Museum, there was almost no line (around 11 AM ). We then proceeded ...