Cardinal Hotel St. Peter
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... trying to sell us roses and I didn't want a bar of it. Luckily Imogen asked this bloke where a nice meal was because he was a legend and took us straight to the best restaurant so far. The atmosphere was so good and the staff very funny and polite. We were treated like celebrities while we waited for a seat to be free. The meal was really good also. I had fried squid and Imogen had a steak which she said was amazing. Very good night and day done and ...
... She points out the Holy Door that is only used in Holy Years as well as the Piazza San Pietro that is used on Sundays, and for religious festivals and special occasions when the Pope blesses the crowd from a balcony.
It is now gently raining as we listen to her and our group is quite keen to get inside. As we move inside, the first impression is one of size. St Peter's is enormous and claims to be the second largest bascillica in the world with the ...
... the remains of the Curia and Pompey's Theatre - which is where Julius Caesar was stabbed). Most interesting to the kids (Matt) is that there is now a cat santuary in the Largo - hundreds of wild cats are fed there and make their homes amongst the ruins.
Further down the Corso is the church of Sant'Andrea della Valle, which is a beautiful Baroque church. It is the setting for Act One in the opera Tosca (which ends at the Castel S'Angelo), and was for a long time ...