Hotel Villa San Pio
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... that there seem to be a lot of very small cars in Rome. When you see them parallel parked, there is about three inches of space between them and the next car at either end. The only way I could see them getting in and out would be to lift them up and carry them. I remember again that we will be hiring a car in a few days. I think that we should try and make sure we park a long way from any other cars. It would be very embarrassing to have to ring the hire car company ...
... and enjoyed club sandwiches and coffee before the lads headed off to their Roman Catacombs tour. (They found the origin of the term Cappuccino relates to monks in the middle ages) That tour was not our cup of tea, so we strolled back to the flat, passing by mistake (as often happens in Rome) an amazing road intersection with four large Late Renaissance fountains at each corner of the intersection of Via della Quattro Fontane & Via del Quirinale. They were commissioned by ...
Off to visit the Pope. Thankfully a shirt walk to the Vatican City. Had to fight through a bunch of African and Pakistani dudes trying to see selfie sticks. I will probably have to buy sometime as I suspect that it will be only way to stop them pestering me if I show them I already have one. After the selfie sellers, we had to fight past the gypsy beggars.
... it is world famous, most of them with a few minutes walk from the city centre. Florence, the city has more renaissance art in a square kilometre than anywhere else in the world.....easy to get around by foot, lots of boutiques and surprisingly, occasionally a small artisan shop........and like Venice always busy with tourists...... Arezzo, I never fail to visit Arezzo when I go to Florence, an hour or so by train, a great old town, wonderful square, it has two superb ...
... a small neighborhood with narrow walkways throughout, called a "Necropolis". These family mausoleums were easily accessed because families would congregate here to dine with their dead family members on special occasions throughout the year. Many had atriums and even roofs for this purpose. The richer families had sarcophagi, paintings, and statues. When Constantine decided to build his basilica around 350 AD, he was insistent that it be built around the tomb of St. Peter, the ...