Hotel Ristorante Stella Di Coccia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Anyway, going back through the Sistine chapel was like herding cattle and I was really happy we had been in there earlier, just like when I am leaving disney for my cool break and there are mobs of suckers going the other way! We went over into St. Peter's, and the guide pointed the Holy Door and said it only opens every 25 years, last time was in 2000- it was open when we were in Rome last time and we got to go through! We went in and the boys weren't as impressed as I was ...
... the good news on to the rest of the group. It's the Vatican today and we set off for the metro at a reasonable pace. We don't want to get there late, as we have a special entry that will allow us to jump the queue. We arrive in time and meet our guide, Elaine who is English, from and ex-army family and slightly excentric. She leads us towards a crossing where Roman drivers approach at speed and weave through the pedestrians. "Show them no fear", Elaine commands as she ...
Wakey wakey. 46 groggy people boarded the bus at 4:45am headed for the Nice airport. We arrive to a pretty much deserted airport. For some reason, we could not check in cause they wouldn't take us to kiosk, they wanted us to use the check in machines. We couldn't! Finally they took us in and we were all about to get through security when a student, Jenny, forgot to take her three Swiss Army knives out of her carry...so we ran back down through security to ...
... to check out a yacht that just came in. Someone noticed that a "cruise ship" was coming in and when we got to where it had docked...a yacht! Unbelievably huge! Five stories, eight smoke stacks, four life boats that were probably 35 footers, an abundant of crewmen, and if I had to guess the size...the width was probably the size of the barn at Riverview and the length about about two or three Riverview barns! Just massive ...
... we weren't interesting enough for an interview. It was really cool to be there because you knew that everyone in the world in following what is occurring exactly where we were standing. We brought the kids to a store where they can buy a rosary where it would be blessed and delivered later at supper. We had free time so the five of us went back to st-peters square to soak it in without worrying about losing any kids. As we entered in the masses, I hear Mr.Reid twice, ...