Hotel Villa Pinciana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... under Gregory XI became again the seat of the papacy. The return of the pope to Rome in that year unleashed the western Schism (1377-1418), and during the next forty years, the city was prey of the fights which shattered the ...
... as well I can tell you... After finally leaving the Colosseum, we called past the hotel to "regroup" and headed out to get a coffee & a bite to eat, and experienced the next "interesting" event of the day!! We could see more weather brewing, so decided to stop at a cafe with large outdoor umbrellas. We ordered & then proceeded to watch the heavens open up. Rain, wind, thunder lightening, you name it, we had it. People were running everywhere, including jumping ...
... while and visit the crypt while Vanessa the boys and me set out on a mission to see the Sistine Chapel – (after all you can’t come to Rome and not see the Sistine Chapel) so we escort Vanessa to the Vatican Museum entry with the hopes of pulling off a cunning plan. It is now 3.30pm, the museums close their entries at 4pm and no doubt had a long line if the church is anything to go by. However, the actual museum is still open for viewing until 6pm, ...
... in the mood to mingle. Its a shame it was to be our last night. We did have a little drama with a small group of Italians, but no punches were thrown. They were stealing drinks off our table, and thought they owned the joint. It wasn't the case ;) Finished up around 3 in the morning, I got a little car sick must of been the Italian driving, and not the fact that I had 100 beers ;) all in all a fantastic night with no real dramas. Looking forward to tomorrow ...
... spent time in St. Peter Square so we could see where the Pope stands at the balcony and addresses the crowd. The line to enter the church had thousands of people in it already and it was only 10 am. Mom was able to purchase a few things at the Vatican before heading to the Circus Maximus, where events for the rich were held, then to several other places. We stopped above the forum which was the headquarters for the Roman rulers. You ...