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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... our full names. It was almost as if we were making an appointment with the Pope himself. As it turned out, we were nowhere near where the Pope was but in the Vatican Museums.
Either way, the queue was HUGE and it had only just gone 10am. So we were mighty relieved to walk straight in with our reservations.
The Vatican Museum was incredible. And so incredibly vast it was difficult to take everything in, from paintings, to pottery, to ...
... a very flamboyant Italian waiter. Then we caught a bus to the coleseum and lined up again. It was worth the wait as the coleseum was really interesting it was a intricate web of tunnels and levels for the time it was built. We found a Gelato place and splurged and relaxed; then we caught a taxi home. For dinner we had cheese, crackers, tomatoes, breads, and wine of course and strawberries for desert. It was another nice day in ...
... of village life.
Aside from the cultural benefits we also have the opportunity to catch up on bike maintenance, washing, blog writing, postage, sewing, or any one of a hundred different things that need doing whilst on the road.
With this in mind, a little while ago, we joined a house sitting agency to see if we could secure some assignments in Europe, thus allowing us to stay a while in a spot. Our first assignment was for three weeks, ...
By the time I was to tour the Vatican, my last full day of my trip, I was very tired and my feet were still hurting from my excursion in Rome. But I decided that I would try to make the best of it. I mean I was traveling to the smallest country in the world. Funny thing tho, they didn't ask to see my passport ;)
The Vatican was built at a time when the Colosseum wasn't being used, so they took most all of the marble from the Colosseum and used it in the Vatican. ...
... I and later completed by Pope Julius I History The inscription on the episcopal throne states that it is the first church dedicated to Mary, mother of Jesus, although some claim that privilege belongs to the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore. In its founding it is certainly one of the oldest churches in the city. A Christian house-church was founded here about 220 by Pope Saint Callixtus I on the site of the Taberna meritoria, an asylum for retired soldiers. ...