San Pietro La Corte
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
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... flight was long…very long. About 12 ½ hours. All of us managed to get some sleep – ranging from around 2-8 hours.
After going through check-in and security again, with a sense of de ja vu, we raced the length of the terminal to our waiting plane which would take us onto Rome…finally we were here.
We grabbed our bags (all accounted for) and departed the terminal. Our guide for the next 8 days, Liz, was waiting for us ...
... in. I’m not sure why I got singled out – there were plenty of way bigger backpacks floating around in the museum, including one guy who was knocking people left and right (until Grampy checked him anyways). It was quite a distance just to get to the start of the “tour”, but Kristi had been there before, and had us beeline to the signs for the Sistine Chapel. Sadly, everyone that was in St. Peter’s Square had apparently booked an ...
... Office. Why not? Small country. Interesting post office. Wandered the square. Looked up ... all around ... at amazing statues. Had a lovely lunch at a small restaurant I had discovered earlier for morning tea. ( You tend to base eating on toilet stops. Find one you like, and you go back.) Fettuccini for lunch. ( Half a coissant for morning tea.) Then headed back for the bus. Next stop the Trevi Fountain. Oh ... They are doing work on this. Scaffolding ...
... during that low energy time around 3pm. She said Italians eat their gelato then, as a snack. It's not dessert. Tonight's flavor: fig. I love fresh figs.
The last stop on the food tour was at a restaurant called Bacchus. They specialize in meat and have two cows for their logo, but we ate three kinds of pasta and drank more wine. We had carbonara made with one egg, one egg yolk, pecorino romano and parmesan. It is then tossed with ...
... We stood her up and she regained her balance. She thanked me and asked if I had some sugar, and I didn't. She was able to find someone else who was waiting for the bus who had some candy. The sugar helps with the blood flow. I eventually got on bus 280 and found someone and asked her if this took me to Porta Portese. She told me to get off in 6-7 more stops. I got off and had to back track and bit but it worked out fine.
I got to the market around 2 and it ...