Hotel Manfredi Suite in Rome
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... that our key doesn't work!! So here we are out the front of our apartment in the freezing cold waiting for the owner guy to come and let us in :( Finally he arrives and remedies our problem just before we both succumb to hyperthermia! It should be noted that our apartment is not in a hotel, it is just some rental property owned by this random guy named 'Fabio'. So that is our trip so far... Stay tuned for more of our exciting adventures ...
... completely flipping its **** over (P.S. Mom, that's Manayach cursing, not me. Just sayin') their victory against Germany in the Eurocup match. (She totally curses in her sleep, though. I swear, it's like she has sleep-tourettes! I'm sure all those comments about the Dali Lama were completely unwarranted.) (You're a bad man you liar! Liar face liar face!!)
... Monday is Mum's BIG DAY - she will be spending her 85th birthday in Rome - what a memory!
Sis and I found a really nice restaurant (again on our doorstep) and we will take Mum there for an evening meal. Even more attractive as she can easily walk there. Going out in the evening is very pleasurable. So, tomorrow will be a busy one with lots of wonderful sites to photograph and wonder at. Till then, buonanotte.
... but not in Italy. Anyway, one thing we discussed while drinking our cappicunos was that, when you order it, you just say "cappucino". No flavors, no frou-frou additions like at Starbucks. It's plain and simple. Cappucino. That's all you need. And we like it. :)
So anyway, we took our stuff back to a stand-up table, ate our food, and left.
Got on the metro & took it the usual 6 stops to Ottaviano - St. Peter's Square. There, we headed for the Vatican Museums. We ...
... Fact! Also, incase anyone was wondering, the coliseum isn't the real name, it was called this because it was situated next to a statue of COLISUEM and the name was therefore used as a nickname. Te statue was taken down a while ago though because the person who it symbolised was a crazy roman guy who killed his family.
After the coliseum, we just had time to visit the Roman Forum before having to catch our train to Venice. The Forum was also ...
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