Hotel De Petris
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... of us climbed on our knees the 30plus stairs from Jerusalem that Jesus climbed and Constantinople's mother brought to Rome. We had Mass in some amazing places and also spent a good bit of time in Ancient Rome, at the Vatican and in the Sistene Chapel. Weather has been nice since coming south with the exception of rain on Wednesday afternoon and today off and on. On Wednesday we attended the papal audience. We were at about the halfway point in the ...
... place. We walk through another victory arch and we are at the point of Sean's wish list, the tomb of Romulus. Sean is happy to have this crossed off the list, just the Colosseum to go, which we visit very soon afterward. Once we leave the archaeologists behind, still labouring along the crest of the Palatine Hill, we view the Colosseum from a different position, then leave the Forum area, cross the street, go up the road a bit and view Constantine's ...
... headed off to catch the bus back to the hotel to recover and rest.
After a break and freshen up we headed out again. Initially we followed a similar route but this time we stopped at the Church of Maria degli Angeli and went inside. The interior was large and impressive with some large statues. In one of the rooms at the back was a statue of Galilleo designed by the 1957 Nobel laureate in Physics and given to the church by the Chinese in recognition ...
... Locanda al Viminale. Carla, the owner, has been so lovely and very helpful. We are moving to a large hotel so we're not expecting the same level of personal service.
This new hotel, Hotel Anglo Americano, is within walking distance of Locanda. So off we went, dragging our suitcases through the streets of Rome looking for all the world like a couple of middle aged backpackers.
Tomorrow, as part of the tour, we visit the Vatican and the Colosseum. Can't wait.
... we had seen since being in Italy, I can say with confidence that the Cinque Terre region was my favorite.
The small town atmosphere and the beautiful scenery were treasures and I was glad I got to experience this place. Reluctantly we boarded a train and after a few hours were back in Rome. We chose to stay in a traditional hotel on our last ...