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... bed. Yellow hostel unfortunately was only offering a double room for 110 euros a night...Bit out of our budget so we went across and got a hotel room for 30 euros each and not a bad joint either. Lights were out and we slept like logs till 10am the following day.
We were surprised at how hot Rome was too! All felt quite dry and dusty so walking became a bit of an effort, we headed straight for pizza as we had already missed breakfast, the hotel receptionist told ...
... upon thousands of graves of the earliest Christians as well as some martyrs. We were told that this one catacomb along had four layers and around 70 miles of tunnels and that it was one of many around Rome. It was almost like an underground city! The next day it was our turn to go see the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel. Now, I'm not really one for museums but I was definitely impressed with this tour. One of the more striking pieces was a large bath made out of ...
... the effect of water on marble, visual and auditory, just before a locally employed (!) chappy came and turned off the water in resplendent yellow wellies. Cost savings? Nope, out came the bleach, the brush and various accoutrements to scrub up the marble and disappoint the newcomers. There are two other fountains, one at either end, but they lack the theatricality of the centre piece. The square's church - they are everywhere in Rome for some reason - had an ...
... property. Rovello is know for a Music Festival that is very well known, the festival starts in September. After that we strolled into the squire which is surrounded by shops and restaurant and the church we looked around and had some lunch and then caught the bus back to Amalfi were us walked around, we went to the church, sat in the squire, had gelato and bought sausages for dinner and then catch the bus back ...
... counted more than 7 languages – English, Spanish, Latin, French, Polish,
German, and Chinese and of course Italian.
He gave a short homily, which all of the same cardinals gave a brief
synopsis in their language. After that
he blessed the crowd, our families, and our articles that we brought to have
blessed and left the square.
We went and had a quick piece of pizza on the street and