- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
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Taking advantage of the sales! Slept 10hrs and woke feeling refreshed. Started the day with a fabulous continental breakfast on the rooftop. Had to keep the pigeons at bay, but worth sharing the rooftop with them as it was gorgeous. Strong capaccino with Italian meatsm cheese sum fresh fruits and pastries! They even had boiled eggs, which Sam loves but I left them alone today. I had researched the shopping districts to go to and set off heading up Via Del Corsa ...
... we decided we need a vacation to relax from our vacation.
Our hotel was amazing and our room was actually ocean-side. We were actually a little too far up the coast that our hotel didn't exactly have a beach but right below our room was a sandy area with chairs and umbrellas for us. There was also a pool with more chairs and umbrellas and all of these areas had an amazing ocean view.
Saturday night we ate at our hotel and had some awesome seafood. ...
I am exhausted yet so delighted to have spent a wonderful day at the Vatican. To be quite honest, I was not dying to go to the Vatican to see all the treasures the Church "collected" or "plundered" rather while almost half of the world population is struggling with poverty. I'm not sure if it was the new Pope Francis preaching tolerance, but I finally decided to go and discover what all the fuss was about, and it was simply amazing!
I woke up early ...
... sites. We ate gelato on the Spanish Steps, saw the Pantheon, and enjoyed the scenery at the Piazza Novano. At night, storm clouds rolled in on top of us. Vendors were selling ponchos and umbrellas everywhere. We didn't buy any, as it just felt like the Thunderbird was flying overhead to say thanks for visiting us. Never did rain. What a great day. Tomorrow we head to Pompeii, and Salerno the first landing on continental Europe.
Good night America. ...
... on completion we took the bus for the Cristoforo Colombo station & caught a train to Ostia Antica, the original port for Rome, now about 4km from the sea. It wasn’t too busy at all when we arrived at about 10.30 & once again, our EU passports got us in free although we lashed out €2 on a map of the site. At its height it was a walled city of 50,000 but its position as the port was affected strongly by movements of tem out of the ...