Albergo del Sole Al Pantheon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... wonders of Roma
Then, guess what?
Alex is hungry so we find a small lunch shop
And have the best sandwiches I've had in years
And samples of salami on the house
Then we walk around and around and around
Checking out shops and little churches and such
Til we manage to get back to the Santa Maria
For a little rest and recoup
About 8 or so we head out for dinner
At Vizzi Capitali - all fish
So I've had to go and have a little lie down, with some pizza and wine. Thank god the artisan pizza forno was right by the metro, half of the bottle of the rather nice wine is keeping it company. This is a ragu suppli, a spinach, prosciutto and funghi pizza and a cherry tomato pizza ( which I absolutely must do as it's just cheese an toms. A bianco I ...
... restoration work being done when we visited. Most of the buildings one sees today were built in the two centuries each side of year Zero and some have stood up to the rigours of time [and abuse of Man] remarkably well. Possibly because many were built of brick rather than stone/marble so the structure was less attractive/useful to subsequent builders.
... and tapestries that were very old. The art on the ceiling was incredibly detailed with angels and cherubs and pictures of Christ and characters depicting bible stories. The tapestries were very life like and so old that they were bare in parts. So many rooms so many many walls and ceilings of painted art it was just incredible.
The Cistene chapel was large with high ceilings and walls painted to ...
... the metro around 7, ultimately making our way to the Basilica San Pietro. Of all the things we saw and did last year, this was one that I wanted to revisit, simply to see if we could do it better.
Last year, we managed to make it to the Vatican City around 11 am, along with all of the rest of the tour groups in town, and as such, were greeted by an overwhelming experience. The Basilica was too full, too ...