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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 7 each and we could only get off for an hour! Well we paid up,silly mistake, but we still enjoyed a good two hours on this beautiful Island looking at the boutique shops and making a few purchases with Christmas in mind. By this time the sun was out and what had started as a cloudy day with some rain became beautifully sunny. We wandered around the footpaths by the canals and crossed bridges, had a sandwich and drink at a little cafe, and eventually found the right company to ...
... but the rest of us went to the beach. It was a long trip: ten minute walk from orsons to the bus, a bit of a wait for the bus, ten minutes on the bus and another forty or so on the train (maybe a bit less). After a bit of walking and asking people we found the free beach. It was kinda dirty and crowded but the water was beautiful and we found a great place to sit. Nim didn't go in but the rest of us did; it was the most refreshing feeling swimming in the sea. After a swim we tanned, ...
... it. It is still a most popular attraction for you can see that his foot has been worn thin from the millions of tourist-pilgrims who have passed by to touch him over the centuries. Back out into the sunshine, we walked across the Square and round to the museum, only to find that it had closed at 4.00, so sadly we did not get to see the Sistine Chapel after all. Perhaps those coins in the fountain might remedy that. We took the Metro back to the Spanish ...
... Italy and our campsite for our Rome stay, Jan gave us this campsite name as well as the one at Assisi, so we thought it best to go with her suggestion.
Getting fuel was a problem as it was Sunday and all the garages we stopped were unmanned 24 hour types, but wouldn't take any of our credit or debit cards only Bancomat, whatever that is, a strange country? Or it a failure to trust the Italian banking ...
... But it was really impressive to know that one dude painted the entire thing. The Sistine Chapel ceiling, painted by Michelangelo between 1508 and 1512, is a cornerstone work of High Renaissance art. The ceiling is that of the large Papal Chapel built within the Vatican between 1477 and 1480 by Pope Sixtus IV after whom it is named, and was painted at the commission of Pope Julius II. The chapel is the location for Papal Conclaves and many important services. The ...