Relais San Pietro
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... do want to come back at some point and look at St. Peter's at night!
After lunch we head to ancient Rome and spent some time walking about the area near the Colosseum and Roman Forum. It was the first time I'd ever seen ancient ruins - everywhere else I've been has been too new for that. We spent a while discussing what they could be. Eventually, however, we left the area, resolving to come back later to enter the Colosseum.
Dinner was at Dodo's, on Via dei Serpenti. ...
... gelaterias, often just browsing at products and packaging, and looked upon every menu that we passed before settling on a place to eat. No, we didn't eat at the one in the piazza near the Pantheon whose owner wanted to take Bridget to see his kitchen! I was away a little distance taking photos and watched the 'pretty girl alone in Rome' scene.
Bridget had the last laugh on me when at dinner I dipped my bread into a jug thinking it to be olive oil when in fact it was ...
After almost 5 weeks travelling we are home.
We loved the funky Rome apartment we stayed in for the last three days of our trip. Perfect location close to the Spanish Steps (thanks Lisa for advice re best location). ...
... from the bible. On the top of the stories were paintings of previous Popes. One important painting was a painting of keys given by Jesus to St. Peter. The final part of the tour was a tour of St Peters Basilica. This basilica is huge. St John Paul II is buried in a side Chapel. In the chapel next to the St John Paul II is the Pieta. The Pieta is enclosed behind a glass wall. Across from the St JPII is a chapel with pope Pio X and his body is on ...
... was magnificent. Possibly even the most impressive building we had been in yet. Paintings, sculptures, carvings, and thread work filled the building to the impossibly high ceiling. Also containing a self-supported dome roof, it is a wonder how they managed to get it all the way up there. We took photos and walked around before leaving and doing much the same thing in St Peters Square. Exhausted after the days exploring we made our way back to the apartment for an early dinner and ...