Casale della Certosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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November 25, 2014
After breakfast Craig spent quite some time speaking with Harves on Skype about air conditioning for Cardwell Street. Harves is working very ******* this but still not resolved. May have to wait till we get home. All good. We set and walked up the road to the Castel San Angelo. We couldn't believe that we have been to Rome so many times and there are things we have never done. So ...
... of the Piazza Navona. Piazza Navona is a city square in Rome, Italy. It is built on the site of the Stadium of Domitian, built in 1st century AD. Another nearby must-see is the church of San Luigi dei Francesi, with its dramatic Caravaggios. The Church of St. Louis of the French is a Roman ...
... far more to our liking than the busy and crowded Rome: no congestion, slower pace of activities, more families, quaintness and picturesque. We could see ourselves renting a villa for two weeks with the invitation to our family to join us in a relaxing setting in the Italian countryside. We returned via the now moving train without incident and went to Finnegan's Irish Pub to host a Harp in honor of Megan, Shannon and Patrick! Next time, we would like you all here with ...
... down, then looked at the Vatican Museum, including the Sistine chapel, where the Popes are chosen.
Sunday we went to the Colosseum where at least 80,000 other were headed as it was the day of the Rome Marathon!! We had a good look at the crowds, noise and atmosphere, as well as the Colloseum, then the Palatine and the Roman Forum. To avoid the metro crowds, decided to walk to the ...
... security. I made it through and waited for the rest of the group. They were setting up for a special ceremony so you could only go so far. We, since we had a special mass, got to go past these barricades. The Koreans had to stay behind the barricades. Did I feel bad for them, kind of. haha Each chapel has a different name, and ours was the Irish chapel.