Idea Hotel Roma Cinecitta
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... physically and emotionally exhausted.
No-one spoke for a good ten-fifteen minutes. We just couldn't believe what had just happened.
Without this "angel" we would never have made that train and I don't care that it cost 150euros to get us there.
ps: As you can imagine, there were no pictures taken during either of these "adventures" so I have slotted in some Chuisi and Panicale pics, as a diversion!
... 8211; home to three fountains, one of which is Bernini’s Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (The Fountain of the Four Rivers).
Rome cannot be visited in a day, but one day in Rome is like a lifetime of discovery. Imagine if we'd been there a week?
P.S. Later, on the bus back to the port, we got some pics of The Vatican, too.
* I guess the same could be said about most cities, but it is particularly true in ...
... ponchos of shame. Whew! The view from the top over the Forum was very nice! As well as a great look down into the colosseum. We found out the top ring was where the women and poor people sat. After that, we went to the bookstore, since Kurt wanted this book that had overlays showing what everything looked Iike back then, like the one we got in Pompeii. After that we grabbed some sandwiches from a street food truck and took some more pictures. Next we went to look at ...
... Peter asked Jesus where he was going, Jesus said that he was going back to be crucified. Peter then took this as a sign to go back and face his persecutors and his death. Also, along the way to the Catacombs we came across a herd of sheep which we all went crazy over. The lambs were the absolute cutest, prancing and dancing and chasing each other all around the field; it looked like it was kindergarten. At the Catacombs we begin the tour and are led deep underground to ...
... just the ride of guilt. So I got some pics at the top of the basilica and inside. Pretty amazing. I bet it was just what Jesus had in mind. Or maybe he would be a bigger fan of the dress code the Vatican enforces. Or maybe the prices they charge to see things. You know what, it's actually the souvenir shop you visit on top of the basilica. Jesus always said, "My biggest pet peeve is an improperly dressed poor person." I always loved that ...