Residenza di Ripetta
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... for Popes under seige and a secret passageway from the St Peter's to the castle was built and used several times. It then became a church prison and is now a museum. The present Archangel Michael statue at the top of the castle was erected in the 17th century. Legend has it that the Archangel appeared above the castle sheathing his sword, as a sign of the end of a plague in 590AD , and a statue has been in place on top of the castle ever since......
... are four other noted ones: il Babuino, Madama Lucrezia, il Facchino and Abbot Luigi. Most of these statues are ancient Roman or classical, and most of them also depict mythical gods, ancient people or legendary figures; il Pasquino represents Menelaus, Abbot Luigi ...
... into a carriage with a man sitting on his own and by this stage everyone was a suspect to me so we moved again and are sitting next to a couple who are also cruising. We've removed the cruise tags from our suitcases. Obviously a dead give away ready for the little vultures at the other end. The people in northern end of Italy warned us of the south. Taking forever to get to this bloody ship. Cutting it way too fine for my liking. Drink ...
... of Lipton's and a Four 'n' Twenty covered in Rosella. We rang the doorbell and exclaimed "We'd been robbed!" Sadly the receptionist announced through the intercom that it was half an hour before opening time and we'd have to wait. After that they were very helpful and had my passport reissued within five hours. I think it helped when I asked if we could park the van in the car park out the back for the night (two electric gates, metal detector with every car being searched for ...
... being a pile of stones. But it looked interesting as you walk down the mountain into the valley which has a waterfall and river then across this up the other side to the villa. Yes, we can handle this, and so we started out. Yes when we got a little way down the track the skies opened up and poured. Even though we had rain jackets we still got wet , shoes, socks trousers and places on our inner jackets where water came through our jackets. On top ...