Casa Bonus Pastor
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Before we got there, he taught us that there are no rules in Rome.
Once we got to Rome we went with Paulo into the city, and I won't deny that I was a little nervous about where he was leading us to and what his "meeting" was all about. He looks and sounds like a classic Italian vampire, and he always talks about drinking red "wine" *cough cough* blood *cough cough* We arrived in a dark alley and I thought, well, this is it, I'm going to be eaten ...
... on to the
Vittorio Emmanuel II Monument this was a military museum, with a .. that you could look out across the city. The front of this building was pretty amazing with the white marble stair cases out the front leading down to a green square at the bottom. There is an eternal flame with two guards keeping watch, and some amazing statues the gardens at the bottom were very simple but effective and patriotic, within the green lawn there were flower beds with white and ...
... for some souvineers at the Vatican, I bought myself a set of rosary beads. The only thing that I wish I could have done that I didn't is get the rosary beads blessed. I was also disappointed the day wasn't organised in a way to go the the blessing by the pope, as the pope does blessings Sundays and Wednesdays when he is in Rome! After the Vatican tour a small group of us head to the Spanish steps which would be our meeting place later in ...
... find the Piazza Venezia an eye sore but we were very much taken with it. So much so we went to explore this masterpiece and had a drink in a cafe over looking the monument.
It turns out Piazza Venezia was a palace built to honour the first King of Italy. There is also an armed guard for the monument in the centre dedicated to an unknown soldier who was killed in a street off the piazza. We could see people walking on top of the building and wondered ...
... It took us ten minutes to just walk past it, congratulating ourselves the entire way and trying not to look too smug to the poor schmucks who were in line. It had to have been a miserably long and hot wait. There is nothing on this earth that I would want to see that badly. Truly nothing. Those people are crazy. From the time we left the Metro station until we arrived at The Vatican there were people trying to sell Vatican ...