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- Continental Breakfast
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... There was a big, fat Seagull sitting on a perimeter wall close to the breakfasting guests, just minding his own business, and keeping a very beady eye on the scene before him. When one set of guests finished and left, the table was cleared, and almost immediately, a single gentleman came out and put down a plate with ham, cheese and a croissant or similar, plus a glass of orange juice. He then turned round and went back in to get something else. In his absence ...
... breathtaking as were the views through the open windows over Rome. A clean breeze was blowing helping to cool down the buildings as it was still quite warm. I would have liked to have spent more time there but we were on a pretty strict schedule. I took a few pics of interesting objects, its really as good as the Louvre but everybody always skips it in their haste to get to the Sistine Chapel. Sneakily they put the toilets before the ...
Today I went to the Vatican and saw a picture that I thought was the best picture that I had seen was 2D but i thought it was 3D. We got a tour when we were at the Vatican. All of the group got a radio that would have the person speaking into it. At the Vatican it was pretty full. Before we went we went we went to saint Peters basilica and we ...
We love Rome. We found a great little apartment in the Trastevere, in an old restored 14th century villa right on our favourite Piazza Sant'Egidio. It is very, very busy here. But the nice thing is that once we pass through the huge outer doors, the locked inner gate, across the courtyard and through two locked doors into our apartment it is totally silent here except for the birds. It's like getting into Fort Knox. ...
... a smile. Turns out, it was a good thing we had to back track, because when we went back to the Pantheon pandemonium was going on in the square. A line of no less than thirty people, some in black garments others in militaristic outfits and all very official looking, bust into the square in perfect formation with their flags and banners raised and drums to keep everyone in perfect step. They lined up and went into the Pantheon and, like the tourists we were, everyone ...