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Cheap and very friendly hotel, very enjoyabel, but it's not for people in wheelchair or prams... (No elevator.)
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We took the bus and then the metro to the Vatican City- the worlds smallest city, capital of the Catholic world and centred on St. Peter's Basilica., As an independent state the Vatican gas it's own postal service, newspaper, radio station and Army. As we walked from the Metro we were asked many times if we wanted a tour, we have our book so we can find our own way around. We stopped at a cafe for coffee, when Les paid for it ...
... have had at least 2 gelato every day, and we've managed to have a few as well. Finn's favourite is lemone, Caleb's a fan of fragola and Emma loves cioccolato.
The Colosseum was a hit with the kids, they were all impressed and we only had to queue for 30 minutes to get in despite the guy selling 'fast track' tickets for 3 times the amount of the gate price telling us we'd be in line for up to 3 hours.
The food and service we've received at most restaurants has ...
... route to the Sistine Chapel. Usually in tour groups I don't get bossy, but I was having flashbacks to my previous experience and wanted to a very different atmosphere. So we walked at a brisk pace through the unbelievably empty halls of the museum. When we entered the Sistine Chapel, there were only about 20 or so tourists in there. I finally had my "WOW" moment I really wanted to have my first visit. It felt so peaceful and holy. We were able to ...
... So we called it quits after that, and wandered our way back through Rome, via the understated Vittorio Emmanual II Monument to the Hotel Artimede where we are now relaxing and listening to music! Finally, after a late, late siesta we stirred enough to go to the top floor of the hotel to the restaurant Ambrosia for dinner. All in all a good choice - close, convenient and good food. Now, I think that's enough for ...
... packed with modern cars parked below! Such contrast... We stopped for a cappuccino and a toilet - note to anyone who travels through Europe...toilets are in short supply and when you do find one its either unisex and stinks (due to the male factor) or costs €0.50 - so always go after a coffee!
Of course the streets were lined with more shops so we did more shopping! This is the place for beautiful handmade leather goods but my weight ...