Hotel L' Oasi
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... We visited the Museo Claudia Faina that displayed Etruscan relics and coins, and vases from Athens. The Palazzo dei Papi museum was formerly the seat of 33 pontiffs. It displays some of the ornately embroidered vestments used by Popes over the centuries, and rich tapestry and painted wall hangings. The descriptions of artworks by Luca Signorelli help explain some of the frescoes that are in the Duomo itself.
Across the ...
... disappointment but at the start of the second half the spectators were back with gusto. All hell broke loose when Balotelli scored in the 50th minute and a mild tremor was recorded in Palermo when the referee blew the final whistle. Like an energetic audience at a rock concert, a jumping sea of blue sung the Italian World Cup song in unison and the streets came to life shortly after with processions of cars blaring horns and waving flags.
I returned to the ...
... to Mel’s dismay. He makes his appearances on Sundays and Wednesdays only and we arrived in Rome too late on Wednesday.
By now we were ready for a short break so we went back to the apartment for a bit…but not before Mel made a few more purchases on our way.
We still hadn’t seen Piazza Novana or Campo di Fiori so away we went again. It was very close to the apartment and now the map was working great for us.
We needed lunch and after checking a ...
... Peugeot gets his car back with the four road wheels intact. When road repairs are done, they seem to fall apart very quickly – at that point, another long tirade from our landlady – and you can see patching on top of patching on top of patching with none of them addressing the underlying real problem - a poor base. The shock absorber replacement and wheel alignment people must love them.
Surprisingly, we ...
... that as we were heading home, both sweaty and exhausted that the city was coming even more alive than we'd seen in the sunny late afternoon... Smart!
The next morning we were up and ready to go early, with an Italian breakfast in our tummies (sadly not gluten friendly) to get to our Sistine chapel skip-the-queue tickets! Our first time in Rome we were not able to visit the Sistine chapel as it was closed for maintenance so it was a must do for our ...