River Chateau Hotel
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... the conversation between the curators: “My husband is good at fixing stuff; I’ll just get him to glue it back on, no one will notice!”
“Are you sure that’s enough glue? We don’t want it to fall off again.”
“What if we just make it a little darker here? I mean, it’s not like anyone coming through is trying to look at it...”
The Egyptian Museum's general director, Mahmoud ...
... In fact he managed to get us to the apartment at the same time Eva arrived and apologised, via Eva, for speeding.
Eva showed us through the apartment and also provided us with various maps highlighting walking trails in the neighbourhood as well as to major sites. We really aren’t that far from anything.
The apartment is rather compact and has what we’ll need to make ourselves comfortable and ...
As the day wore on, we wore out! Although the walk to the Trevi Fountain was less than 10 mins, we stopped and rested the weary legs at a lovely little restaurant. After a refreshing drink we walked through the tiny streets to join the crowds throwing away their money in the fountain!
It was hard to find a space to stand and everyone was trying to get the best photo they could... crazy! We plan to head back early one day to see if we can beat ...
... three different types of marble and granite that were used in columns - some from as far away as Egypt. We then went and looked at the second floor before heading to the second part of the tour which was of Palentine Hill. It was really interesting. We then walked through town to the Pantheon. There were lots of school groups and the teachers looked at me and were trying to work out if I was part of their group. We then walked to Piazza Navona where there was a ...
... on in order to take pictures. The best part of this church, though, is outside, off to the right (in the cloister). Bramante created the Tempietto, or little temple, in 1502. It is a perfect little miniature circular domed chapel, with columns all around and pretty stone floors. Beautiful! I kept walking, taking pictures with the DSLR of the same sights I had seen the last time: Fontana dell’Acqua Paola (the 17th century fountain built to celebrate the reopening ...