Scandeluzza Castle - Castello Scandeluzza
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... and Venice. The city was affected greatly by the baroque, and Rome became the home of numerous artists and architects, such as Bernini, Caravaggio, Carracci, Borromini and Cortona. In the late 18th century and early 19th century, the city was one ...
... me back to the offices. Being given that brief opportunity was in my eyes a most fitting climax to my pilgrimage, so I walked out into the late morning sunshine of the Piazza San Pietro a very contented person.
Not long later, I was delighted to find a hostel on the internet that was going to charge me just 72 euros for three night's lodgings. I couldn't believe my luck at the price and the location, something I thought had deserted me when I had had to pay a ...
... kind of breakfast in Italy. Now we know why. They can't make it. My bacon was pretty much inedible, the ratio of fat vs meat was easily 10 to 1. And it tasted like it had been soaking in brine (super duper salty) and then oven baked. The eggs, including Adam's scrambled eggs, were some weird omelette-y creation which was tasteless. The coffee was good though. We went back across the road to wait for the tour to start. Eventually at 10.30 the guide ...
Well, as per usual on an epic vacation, I was too keyed up and excited to sleep. I found myself tossing and turning until 4am. Then, we were up around 8am with the goal of attending mass at St. Peters before seeing Papa Francesco (aka. Pope Francis) give his Sunday Angelus in St. Peter's Square. However, we didn't want to rush and decided to skip mass. Instead, we took our time, had our coffee and settled in a bit before ...
... in ash. It was only about 30 degrees during the tour, however I felt like I was about to explode with my headache and general sickness. The tour only went for 2 hours (it felt like 6) and it was really interesting to see what life was like 2000 years ago, however I really wasn't in the mood for it. The best parts of the tour for me were the three water fountain stops. Apparently the volcano erupted just 17 years before that, and the inhabitants were still rebuilding the city ...