Hotel Principe Torlonia
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This morning's sky in Sorrento was crystal clear and you could spot the actual crater rim of Mount Vesuvius (see photo). After a relaxing morning poolside, we packed up and had one more scenic lunch before heading back to Naples to catch our 3pm train to Rome! Looking forward to one more fun night in the "big city" before we depart for home in the morning! One thing I've greatly enjoyed about our trip has been all the different modes of transportation we've taken! ...
... because we got to go into a museum and look at all the ancient statues and slates from long long long ago. The museum led into the Sistine Chapel, which to say the least, completely took my breath away. It actually did way more than take me breath away, it brought tears to my eyes, and gave me goosebumps. It was amazing to be in there because everybody had to be quiet and no camera's were allowed. I've been taking pictures this whole trip, so being able ...
... PREGO PREGO " at me to hurry up. I was the last on !!
The station in Rome city was absolutely packed. hundreds of people of all different nationalities.
We found a taxi and was taken to the hotel which happened to be just around the corner.
Unpacked a little and jumped into the bath, which had 8 inches of very brown water in it.
Stuart went to buy another suit case as the handle broke off his as we were getting off the ...
... to Chinese take out. The pasta was so fresh and the sauce was very flavourful. After eating, we did some more exploring of the main street, saw the harbour at night and then went to bed. This was the first and only moment in which we discovered the downfall of an ensuite bathroom. Usually they are luxury when hosteling, however this was not so nice. One of our roommates had come home at 2 am after what we suspected was a very fun night out and proceeded to empty the ...
... pasta cooked al dente however to be honest, it was a little bit of a let down. The food wasn't particularly impressive or authentic Italian. We had two very ordinary pastas and a big fat slab of veal. The cappuccino at the end of the meal however was delicious - yummy Italian coffee. After lunch, we visited the Vatican city which is huge! And extremely lavish with beautiful old buildings and lot of gold and famous statues and paintings - the place would be worth millions of ...