Hotel La Rovere
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As we had to be ready for pick up by 7am we booked a wake up call from reception which worked well. we were out side by 645 for the bus, just a feeling i had a smaller mini van picked us up and after a few more stops we were dropped off to our bus fro transfer.i I'm no bus expert but this was a little rough around the edgers ! Just a feeling i had? was it maybe the dog poo all over the ground in front where we were packing the luggage into the bus or maybe the chewy gum on the back of ...
... stops are not written anywhere in the bus or on the maps. You just have to
know where to get off and make sure you ring the stop button prior to your stop so you can get off. This is a little tricky in a city where you don’t know where you are going. But we actually did it without a problem. And the good news was, from our bus stop you can see the walls of Vatican City so it makes it pretty easy to get to St. Peter’s ...
... St Peters Basilica - I stood under the entrance of this amazing church. The view of the square standing in the Basilica was just surreal. It was amazing. I feel like I use these words an awful lot, but the feeling was unexplainable; the Vatican Museum - this was stunning especially some of the roofs in the museum; the Sistine Chapel. The artwork and design of the roof of the Sistine was unreal! It was hard to simply decipher what shape the roof actually was. I sat in the Sistine ...
... the Baroque period and representing the four largest known rivers at that time. We sat for awhile, listening to the street musicians and people watching, before walking to the other end and finding another restaurant. Here we ended the evening with some wine, foccaia bread, fried Zucchini flowers. All in all, a most excellent way to recover from jet lag.
The next day we woke up bright and early to beat the crowds (and ...
... bus depot at the Rome Termini, and we find the #64 bus and hop on. It is packed, and there is no way we can reach the ticket machine which is next to the driver. I was told that the fare would be 1.5 each way, so 13 for the 9 of us. Nobody comes to the back to check our tickets or whether we have paid, so I am left to wonder whether the ride is actually free, or if there is a free day, or that we just got a ...