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... we headed out for tea so we went with plan C and had a ‘not’ flash meal around the corner. In the meantime, the Gillin’s plane had been delayed and we soon realised they would be in after midnight. That was no real problem. After confirming with them that we would be available to meet them, we went to bed with the alarm set and heard from them when they were in the taxi heading here. I think they were very relieved to see us at 1.15 am after a very taxing day with delayed ...
I went to mass Sunday at Saint Andrea cathedral right next door to the campo de fiori. Although the service was in Italian and it was the first catholic service I have ever attended, the experience was quite remarkable. The cathedral was very similar to many of the churches we have seen on our tour of Rome in that it was filled corner to corner with art. The basilica is lined with chapels that were filled with art, and the ceiling has remarkable ...
... was allocated someone to buy a secret santa present. The catch was a 10 Euro limit. We all did very well.
Emily - little clip on reading light
Jenny - Apron
Matt - Travel Mug
Chris - Plasticine and jocks
Debbie - Santa helper outfit
Wilson - Selfie stick and a book on ********
We arrived in Rome close to midnight on Thursday night, after an uneventful flight on Vueling, Our ride to our accommodation was waiting for us and we had a speedy ride over to the hotel (speed limit was 130km/hr on the motorway!). We had to wait a wee while for the owner to appear when we arrived, as our accommodation was a little hotel taking up one floor of an apartment building, and it seemed she lived elsewhere. Nevertheless she seemed nice enough and showed us to ...
... pm and our landlord arrived to complete the handover of keys etc and shortly after our chariot arrived. Well, not quite a chariot, but rather an immaculate black Mercedes E350 limousine; a fitting mode of transport for our final drive back to the airport. Traffic was surprisingly light and we arrived at the airport only 30 minutes later, which meant that we then had to wait an hour and a half for the check-in counter to open. Once through ...