Excel Hotel Roma Montemario
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But not for everyone. I can tell you that the single most popular item for sale on the streets surrounding the entrance to St. Peter’s square—it is not a square, of course, but a trapezoid, square, and oval combined—is a strange contraption made up of a metal extension rod and a bracket. People buy them like hotcakes from the African and South American hawkers. I don’t know the proper name for it, if it ...
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These museum rooms lead to the Sistine Chapel where the entrance is controlled, to a degree, by a small doorway. Imagine a six lane highway converging into one lane....and that is what both the entrance and exit in the Sistine Chapel is all about!
Upon entrance to the Sistine Chapel we are told that there is no speaking and no pictures to be taken. The Sistine Chapel, not a large ...
... try there? Wine! It was red wine, which is the nastiest thing in the world! I wanted to spit it out real bad. I don't know how adults drink it, but you don't have to worry about me when I am older. Next, we went to a Italian Bakery, where we got to try 3 different types of cookies. Of course I loved all of them. Then we had cheese from a cheese store (I didn't like but my mom did). Then we tried these fried rice balls with cheese and it was ...
... for best dressed. Everyone is keen for a big one as its mine and Bryan's last night so we start drinking games outside of our bungalows straight after dinner. Eight more girls and one guy have joined the remaining part of the tour so they join in the games too. As the games continue our Wolfpack get ready. We decide to go to the party in only our towels and get "Stu" like tattoos on our faces from The Hangover. Jacqui is kind enough to do ...
... restaurant would have cost us about twice as much and nit filled is as well. Over all, great picnic. Last stop of the day, we went to the circus maximus, the track where the chariot races were held. Now it is just a park with some ruins at one end. Very relaxing and a great stop after a long day. We took some pictures and played some soccer with a ball we bought earlier in the day. Finally, we got home at 9:30, had dinner, washed all our clothes and hung it out to dry. I hope ...