Hotel Dei Congressi
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... to see him and spent the night dancing with him and Kate and making bad drinking decisions such as consuming a shot called the "chuck Norris." It was another very late night. The next day again was a bit of a recovery day but we did manage to take part in a very cool night time walking tour. Here we learned the story of two life time rivals, Bernini and Borromini, that would sculpt and build grand buildings for the Church. It was very well done and it was nice to see so ...
... the words to describe it would be, magnificent, opulent and expensive! Following St Peters we walked around to the Vatican Museum and the Sistine Chapel. We did the audio tour and were very impressed with the Chapel. Michelangelo was clearly an amazing artist and while the museum has some other historical pieces such as Egyptian mummy’s and statues etc the real attraction is ...
... store across the street with Maggie, Julie, and Danny. When I traveled to Switzerland I realized how inconvenient and cumbersome it was to bring my big towel with me. So there I purchased a smaller towel and a long sleeve T-shirt (since I have none...). From there we made our way back to campus and got ready for our nice dinner we were supposed to be having that night. We all walked into the Mensa at 7:30 ready for a good steak meal. It ...
... you are walking past the Pantheon up the street near the Abruzzo Hotel, head “north” (the Pantheon is behind you). You will pass a paper store and cross a street. The gelato store is on the left, on the corner. You won’t be sorry!!
Gelato consumed, we walk back to the hotel and take our time. Thankfully, the Roman nights do cool down, if only a little. Anything is an improvement over this ...
... and a short rest, we headed to the Colosseum, stopping to look at the Forum and the Vittorio Emmanuele II along the way. The Colosseum was very impressive given its sheer size. Much of the outside was covered in scaffolding for restorations, but we were glad we had the chance to go inside. We had dinner on the terrace of a little cafe, enjoying some delicious pasta, with, of course, a bottle of wine. And now, it's time to sleep before a busy day tomorrow touring ...