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... was the day we were looking forward to, a tour of the Vatican Museum. We saw in depth a few of the thousands of paintings and sculptures relevant to our Renaissance Architecture class and then got to see the main attraction, The Sistine Chapel. It is one of the most magnificent churches in Rome, with its ceiling frescoed by Michelangelo and the wall behind the alter being Michelangelo's Last Judgement. We ...
... had a single wine in all of our travel here that we didn't enjoy and I'm sure every entry in their massive offering would have been completely acceptable. However, earlier at happy hour (who knows what time that is any more) we had found a particularly yummy one. Yummy...that's my technically correct new vino lingo! Richard orders and, out of the ordinary here, the waiter is quietly impressed with our choice. Dinner was exquisite: ravioli for me, pasta for ...
... it is painted flat. St Peters is 210m long and I think 100m wide it is huge statues and paintings everywhere. So much wealth in this place, & once again so much history. Such a crush of people moving in and around this amazing place. Our tour lasted 3 hours but I think to really discover this place properly you need 3 days to really see all the artworks and carvings. Oh the tapestries were something to marvel at. We once again toured on the bus we did a full ...
... they were not there. They ended up Going up to the Coppula. So I ended up sitting by the Columns eating my toast & Nutella. At first Andre was trying to sell me a tour. Then we ended up talking & he ended up giving me a free tour, local style. I met his friends & where they hang out, where they work. He's from Bellaruss- white Russia. It was neat to see the city & just walk around freely. Finally he took me to the Vatican museum, where I was suppose to meet my family.
... us to the port. It was a fixed price through the hotel, so the cost wasn’t too bad. Plus, the port was much further than the train station.
We bought tickets for the ferry to Naples. We decided to take the ferry rather than brave the circumvesuviana train again. It was about double the cost of the train, but much more scenic and much less crowded. It was nice to see the cities of Sorrento and Naples as well as Mount Vesuvius from the water. The ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking