Cardinal Hotel St. Peter
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... Capitolini) and bid Sarah good bye. a few last glances and photos from the hill looking back over the Forum and we were out of there, caught a cab back to the hotel for showers and recovery time.
Rome is a very exhausting city for visitors who try to at least get a glimps of the high lights. I think one would have to live here a few months to come close to knowing, understanding and appreciating its history and vibrancy.
... The craziest thing was the idea that the skin that Bartholomew was holding was believed to be a self portrait of Michelangelo. Overall, the Sistine Chapel was everything it was said to be and then more. After we left the chapel we ventured through the rest of the museum, saw some 14th and 15th century globes that had a much different view of the world, and stopped in the cafe for a quick snack. Trotter tried espresso for the first time but I don't think he cared much for ...
... addiction for a really tender braised pork shank with roast potatoes. So good! The waiter was a little on the grumpy side and asked us to just speak English. When the bill came to the table it was a little suspicious as it was handwritten on graph paper. We wanted to bring it home but he took it back...boo! Time to get some rest. So much more to see and do tomorrow around the Colosseum area. Two more busy walking days ahead and then a day to rest and get acquainted with our ...
... sum up his humanity. The Castel is guarded by St Michael the Archangel. It honours him, as it the story tells us, it was through an apparition of St Michael that the plague stopped in Rome. We had a picnic 'last supper ' of porchetta rolls purchased from the market, Campo Di Fiori.
Ken went back for a last 'nana nap' while Sue and Paul hit the cobbles for one last time for some retail therapy.
Arrivaderci Roma...tomorrow a new adventure ...
Decide to walk to the other hotel, for breakfast. It is the parent part of the one we are in. One part has double rooms and the other has family rooms.
Very continental and cakes and cheeses and cold meat. Croissants yum.
We walked to the Piazza Narvona which was really beautiful with a central fountain and 2 others either end. A large beautiful church in central place. It is Sunday so we had to ...