Hotel San Marco
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... in Rome in the Trastevere area and we are going to the show (begins at 10.30 pm – will I stay awake??). Too much to eat but wonderful day.
Saturday: Slept in, did the washing and then went into Cisterna to do some shopping – once again mainly for gifts including for Antonietta. It was quite busy in there today but good to see. Light lunch at home and hanging around doing organizational things ...
... villa fell into disuse and was partially ruined.
In the 16th century, much of the marble and statues in Hadrian's Villa removed to decorate the religious Villa d’Este located ...
... time to admire the church (although I know little about it, it was still beautiful) before heading out. We were in a rush to get to the shops by the Vatican so we could purchase any and all religious articles. Wednesday was creeping up on us, and it would be our papal audience day. Unfortunately for me, until Tuesday evening, I had purchased zero religious articles. It normally wouldn’t be too big of a deal, but this particular day we really had to hurry, we had a makeup Lit ...
... to drive a mechanism that plays an organ, including supplying the airflow for the organ pipes. This is only turned on a few times each day. There are many fountains and cascades that no longer work and it must have been spectacular when everything was new and functioning. It is very impressive as it is. This was a great garden and we enjoyed it very much. By the time we finished it is 3 o'clock and we have not eaten..... Most restaurants don't serve lunch after 3 but we ...
... the next train (even though I missed so many trains, it didn't take long because they were all about 5 minutes or less apart). We finally got to the end of the metro where we waited to catch the bus back to campus. 6:00 came and went, no bus. 6:15 came and went, no bus. Finally the 6:30 bus showed up, but at this point so many people had accumulated from arrived metro trains that it was seemingly impossible for all of us to fit in. Insistent we ...