Rossana Guest House
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... 8220;There is the entrance. Your tickets will be scanned as you check through.”
We are inside, and no one even looked at the times on our print-outs!
Much has been said and written about the Vatican Museums. They are not a disappointment, and in spite of the crowds, their reputation as being one of the world’s great museums is well deserved. All we can think of is that the Popes sure were avaricious, but there again; most of the great European ...
... 90 minutes to cover the 300km. It went very quick…………… ;…, err, the time and the train.
So far, so good, we arrived on time, and walked the last twenty minutes to our hotel in glorious sunshine, as Rome was enjoying a beautiful day and 28 degrees. We had booked in to the same one as our friends, so that we could meet them there, and also have breakfast with them in the morning. It was only when we got there, that ...
... breathtaking as were the views through the open windows over Rome. A clean breeze was blowing helping to cool down the buildings as it was still quite warm. I would have liked to have spent more time there but we were on a pretty strict schedule. I took a few pics of interesting objects, its really as good as the Louvre but everybody always skips it in their haste to get to the Sistine Chapel. Sneakily they put the toilets before the ...
... there are strict limitations on signage to maintain the heritage value of the area. We were the only patrons when we arrived and we had a couple of drinks and chatted with the staff. And we confirmed the arrangements for tomorrow and sent a message to Tina and Andrew via the pubs wifi. We also started chatting with one of Craig's daughters via Messenger, she was online having just woken in NZ. So we went back to our hotel to the Skype them. It was about 10pm Rome ...
Alex would plan a surprise tour of the city over breakfast.
The highlight of the day, and one of the entire visit, was going to the almost-unknown Doria Pamphilj Gallery.The art collection of the aristocratic Doria Pamphilj (or Pamphili) family – now headed by two half-British siblings – is truly magnificent, as is the palazzo where the works ...