Villino Gregoraci Relais
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... presented. That's unremarkable in Rome, but what made her different was having 7 suited body guards. So we hung around like Paparazzi waiting for a photo opportunity while trying to look inconspicuous. The woman was in the shop about 20 minutes while 4 body guards remained immediately outside the door. We took up different positions for when the woman came out and she walked in the wrong direction for us which meant they had their backs to us. Ang ducked into the shop and asked ...
... only 200 people live in the Vatican with only 60 of them having Vatican passports and a further 600 people travel in and out each day for work. - the "fig leaves" on the statues weren't there when the statues where originally sculpted but were added years later by the church as a form of modesty. We got a couple of sneaky pics in the Sistine chapel and began making tracks- which way was out...???? We circled and weaved in and around the crowds in the hope of finding ...
We woke up at 5:30 a.m. to a concert of howling crows and what we think was a cat fight or the crows attacked the cat. Sounded like we were in a jungle! LOL. A rainy jungle. We were supposed to leave for the Vatican at 6:15 a.m. for an audience with the Pope. You have to get there early in order to get a good seat and they suggest you get there no later than 7:00. He doesn't come ...
... WIkipedia etc. What did become clear was that the standard entry ticket gets you access to the ground level and the first level above that. We were aware that there were people both higher up than us, and underground. At no time did we see any signage that advertised how to do this, nor did we find a route up or down. I suspect that you have to take a guided tour in order to get to these places, but we weren't up for another guided tour ...
... Grill, so I knew exactly where I was.
I figured I’d be able to remember the way to Alessandro Palace, but eventually needed a bit of help from my iPhone maps. The inside of the Hostel looked much the same as I had remembered from previous visits, although the new Elevator is now in operation so that’s a nice addition. There was a €2 extra charge for a “city tax” which was new, and of course the €5 ...