Hotel Giardino D'Europa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and courageous. It is what sacred art, at its best, should be about.
St. Peter’s established for all time that holiness always has an aesthetic dimension. It is not enough that something powerful happened in a particular place (St. Peter’s is supposed to be located over the spot where the Roman’s martyred Peter on that X-shaped cross.) It is not enough that a sacred space be attractive, or meditative. St. ...
It took us some time to get into Rome Traveling transport of many a sort A good thirty hours on busses and trains And an overnight ferry to port We slept on the floor and we slept on a couch A tight spooning sleep, what a squeeze The boat overcrowded with bodies on deck And to top it all off we got fleas Our time spent in Rome was a leisurely one Bedding early and rising midday There's no need to rush when you pre book your pass You ...
... like miles, and we breezed past the tour guides and tired tourists to collect our Kids’ Audio guides and set off to discover the Vatican treasures. The audio guides were amazing, guiding Jackson and Abby through the maze of museums to specific works of art. They would listen about each piece, and then excitedly share what they had learned. They loved the Egyptian artifacts the most, and were especially fascinated by the Book of the ...
... lots of calls to the NavMan Help Line. Dick had to race off to get an International Drivers Licence. Anna came to dinner and tried to help download the maps on her computer to no avail. Fell into bed at 10pm & tried to sleep before our 3.30 am trip to the airport.
Thursday 15th May
Left Perth at 6am today & had 2 good but full, flights to Rome. It was a wonderful sight as we took off from Perth with the reflection of ...
... Sistine Chapel - which, quite cleverly, appears at the very end of the tour.
Following sign after sign does get a little tedious, I'm ashamed to say. Especially when about half the world's population keeps barging into you and forcing their way ahead: Sistine Chapel this way, keep going, almost there, you can do it, one more room, no really just one more, ok maybe two more, make it three… and so on.
But then you slip down ...