B&B The Condottieri
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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We were up early (7:30am bus departure) again for our Vatican tour. It was probably the busiest place I've been on this trip, perhaps, ever. It was often difficult to move because there were so many people. Most people were like us, wearing an earphone to listen to their guide. Fourteen other people and Jen joined us for the tour so it was a big group of 45. That meant our audio cut out every now and then if we lost direct line of ...
... The room was small but it was just the two of us. The funniest part was the large pull out sofa that sat at the foot of our bed. There was about 18 – 24 inches of clearance between the two to create a path for walking. I am not sure where in the world you would put the pull out part if you attempted! This bathroom and shower would be our biggest challenge yet. We had been in some tiny showers and the one in Santorini had had a shower curtain that was ...
... do what the Romans do'.
So we shopped, the girls bought Italian leather shoes, I bought knick nackie things - in fact I lost count of the presents I bought. Then just as the others were fading and wanting to go home, I kept shopping, stopping in every second shop and, invariably buying something.
Eventually they dragged me home, we had a drink, then a pizza out and about. La vida dolce, although ain't nothing like going home.
Veni, vidi, ...
... when the Pope comes to the balcony. The whole morning was filled with amazing sites and it was even better than I remembered from 30 years ago. The attached pictures are of items inside the museum and also of St. Peter's square and the outside buildings. It was back to the bus for a short drive around the city then onto the Colosseum for a group photo and more walking. It was much busier here but Carlotta took us to the most impressive areas and explained the history before ...
Des and I had an afternoon tour booked to see Sistine chapel, St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican museum . We decided to drive to Ponte Mammolo station and then catch the train to the central station. We weren't sure how long it would take us so we left at 9.30. 4 3/4 hours later we got to our destination. We keep taking the wrong road and went through the autostrada tolls about 4 or 5 times. Things ...