Marco Polo Vatican B&B
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... dei Quattro Capi, which connect the Isola Tiberina with the left bank. The other surviving ancient Roman bridges crossing the Tiber are Ponte Cestio, Ponte Sant'Angelo and Ponte Milvio. Considering Ponte Nomentano, also built during ancient Rome, which crosses ...
... lunch in the company of Gianluca. He very kindly gave me a gift of Rosary beads for my birthday, which I will try to put to good use in the future.
So, all that's left for me to say now is a very big thank-you for taking an interest in my Via Francigena pilgrimage and for offering support and encouragement that has sustained me enormously throughout the journey. Arriverderci 'Rome Sweet Rome', it's now time for me to be heading to 'Home Sweet Home'.
CIAO, CIAO !!
... or Line A and headed to Spagna where the Spanish Steps and Piazza Di Spagna leads up to them. The crowds were reasonable, given the location as a top tourist spot. Indian men with roses were bugging people and me it seemed, in particular. Same old tricks, different day! The deal is to give you a rose for luck and then ask for money, of course!! I was getting irritable with them by about the 4th time!
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... country. First stop- Montalcino. We whip out the trusty Rick Steve's guidebook, find a recommended hotel and ring 'em up. They have a room, but just for one night. No problem, we'll take it, deciding we'll spend the following night further down the road in Montepulciano. We depart Sienna more orderly than we arrived and are on our way. The Tuscan scenery is breathtaking. I wish I had the words to describe the views. Again, Montalcino is at the top of a mountain and, ...
... had about 20 minutes of free time after our tour to wander to the upper levels and get some great photos. It must have truly been a site to see and hear at capacity.
Once we left the Colosseum we walked around to another spectacular monument in Rome – the Roman Forum. The Roman Forum is a large rectangular forum surrounded by the ruins of several important ancient government buildings at the centre of the city of Rome. Some ...