Beau Site - Antica Residenza
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Channel One Russia
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... some sort of pici, I think, maybe with mushrooms or arrabiatta. Pici is fast becoming one of my favorite pastas here—it’s like a really thick spaghetti, and a specialty of Tuscany, the region Siena is in. It was super annoying at first, because it’s so thick that it’s hard to twirl it. I’m getting better at it, though. I’ve thought about bringing some pasta home with me, but I don’t know if it would be really worth it ...
... first university, La Sapienza (founded in 1303), is the largest in Europe and the second-largest in the world, with more than 140,000 students attending; in 2005 it ranked as Europe's 33rd best university and currently ranks among Europe's 50 and ...
... fortune to see Papa Francesco for the second time in a couple of days. I was one of the many thousands of faithful to whom he delivered one of his regular Sunday Angelus services from the window of the Vatican apartments high above the Piazza below. It was certainly a wonderful, unexpected birthday present and a fitting end to a most memorable 12 week period of my life.
The final hours before my evening flight were spent taking in a few more sights and enjoying ...
... and this week we're slathering on the sunscreen and drinking lots of water.
For dinner we went to a local restaurant for pizza - it was good. The girls said the waiter was really cute. After dinner we walked to the Pantheon for a really quick stop. Then we got on the bus and drove to our hotel. We are settled in for the night.
... around the walls and go through security again so it was quite a handy tip. The Sistine Chapel itself was as incredible as ever but crowded and noisy so you tend to forget you're in a church. But, while we were there, a priest actually came and said a prayer in 3 or 4 languages and offered blessings so that was a nice reminder of why the Sistine Chapel is there.
We had luckily gotten a seat when we came in so we avoided the crush but, we were ...