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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... as the guides cannot speak whilst in the Chapel and tells us he will meet us at the other end. No photography is allowed and you have to have your shoulders and knees covered...men and women. Alberto has told us that we are lucky because they have just improved the lighting inside the Chapel. It is still very dim but what we are looking at is, quite simply, mind blowing. How one man created that ceiling, by himself from scratch (no apprentices) and in ...
... in turn blamed it on the Christians. According to ancient historians, Nero started persecuting Christians to diffuse attention off him. The Apostles Peter and Paul who were in Rome at the time, were executed in the circus (a very long race track with bleachers that could accommodate thousands of spectators, originally built by Calligula and used for horse races and shows) on the Vatican Hill. The obelisk brought from Egypt that we see today in ...
... had a massive drink, and steak each for dinner, then went back to the hotel. The next morning, we got up, and went out after having some breakfast. We stopped for a drink, and I got a really nice fizzy orange drink. After finishing the drink, we found out it was an alchopop, and had as much alcohol in it as a beer. Mum and the waitress were very distraught, but I felt fine. Then we walked through ...
... over who come to see him also. She was from Vienna, in Rome for a conference, but she didn't go this morning so she could be here. She said she loves how this Pope is so compassionate, of the people, and complained that there are bishops in Berlin who are protesting the appointment of this Pope. She didn't stay by me for much longer, said she was meeting a friend. She kissed me on both cheeks and said, “bless you!” ...
... was gorgeous and we basically milled around eating ice cream and of course ham and cheese sandwiches! Much to my disappointment however the Italian driving was much the same as it is in Rome-bloody rude. No joke, at a pedestrian crossing you literally have to step out in front of a car to get it to stop and quite often they'll rev of even begin to drive off once you're directly in front of them. Initially our outrage led to a few rude hand gestures but over time we both gave ...