Hotel San Marco
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... Mum and pipe in with "I’ve been there" in nearly every scene. Our last day together was dedicated to some last minute shopping, we saw the Spanish Steps, ate some more pizza/pasta/gelato (I had Baileys flavour that was too strong even for me) and I finally checked out Castel Sant’Angelo. Turned out to be free entry (happens once a month I think) so I reasoned the wait worthwhile. By this stage I had realised how direly short my time with the others was and I was not at ...
... at the Basilica of Mary of the Angels. This was built to mark the place where St Francis died. The really remarkable thing here is the little church within a church - look at the photo. As we were going through all these churches we had been told definitely no photographs so we had all been very good. Except for one Japanese/American lady who had her iPad working constantly. I kept waiting for her to be chastised but no one took ...
... in describing the church further. The pictures say it all!
COLUMN OF MARCUS AURELIUS
Towering above the Piazza Colonna is the Column of Marcus Aurelius, a 30 meter Doric column built in honour of Marcus Aurelius' military victories, and featuring intricate spiral reliefs of scenes from battles with Germanic tribes from 169 - 173 AD, and the Samaritans from 174-176 AD. The column consists of ...
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 ...
... he pulled over to spin the same tale to another unsuspecting passerby, whose girlfriend I then approached and warned of the scam. The pair of them then walked off and I was treated to a spray of French obscenities as the enraged con-man drove off. Altogether a bizarre and rather amusing experience!
Walking down along the Tiber I arrived at St Peter’s square much too late too see a huge queue to get into the Basilica, having completely forgotten that it was Saturday. Not ...