Leonardi Fiamma Hotel
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... were just packing up as we arrived. Today was certainly not as hot as yesterday but still 28 degrees.
The afternoon was perusing the central city shops and yes I did buy some Italian boots!!
We had dinner at a restaurant called Josephs tonight. They cut your meat to order and Joe had an amazing t- bone steak. ...
... ago, so after finding a street map from tourist info I made my way across town to the porta maggoria. It was built in the first century AD when the aqueducts were being built and became part of the city walls, and is the support for two converging aqueducts, the Aqua Claudia, which was built on top of the pre-existing Anio Novus.
I was so happy with my find, pretty sad, but maybe due to me working for a water based consultancy for ...
... doors of the Basilica. It was then we noticed the MASSIVE line of people waiting to climb the cupola (dome) of St. Peters. I climbed it in the past and it was remarkable, but there was no way I would stand in that line to do it. Then we exited the Basilica stairs and saw the line for people to get into the Basilica. It was about 11:30 am and the line wrapped around St. Peter’s Square. AROUND THE ENTIRE SQUARE. I was in such shock about the length of the line that ...
... And beautiful and green. I wondered if any of these trees, or their recent ancestors, were around to see the Palatine alive.
We only saw a little of the forum but it looked huge and crazy and full of entertainment for these rich Palatine residents. We continued walking and saw more ruins, right in the middle of the new city. We stopped for lunch and took the metro home. A busy day and we covered a lot of ground!
Left early to get to the Vatican City which is 20 minutes from my hotel. Tram in front of my hotel took just 2 blocks from the museum entrance. At 8:00 my group entered ad walk through the museum to get to the Sistine Chapel. We were allowed to enter prior to the general public being allowed entrance later. We were given 20 minutes in the chapel with about 50 other people to view ...