Marco Polo Vatican B&B
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... their bus and guided tours. In the square in front of St Peter's there are hundreds of people and we realise in the midst of all these people is a queue that winds around the whole square. We don't know where the museum is to pick up the tickets, it's all very confusing....but thank goodness David takes charge. There is a fence between the Square and the road, that the touters cannot pass and Scott and I escape to the other side to get away from them and ...
... 30) on the bill.
What a saleswoman! She should be in the real estate or used car sales game. Even better, she should be the CEO of an Australian bank. She would double their profit overnight.
No matter. The food (wanted or not) was lovely, as was the wine.
Back to the apartment to wait for Alessandra who did the check in/ check out for her Sister who lives in London. A lovely lady and most helpful. Gave us ...
... we decided that it would be quicker to walk back to the hotel rather then wait for the next bus. We beat it but the hill almost beat me, we arrived with me looking like I spent an hour wrestling in a Turkish bath in my clothing. Time for a shower and fresh cloths before we leave.
GPS is programmed for Rome - we bravely set forth heading into the maelstrom of Sorrento traffic. As we approach the turn out to Naples the GPS flashes a traffic warning that the ...
... really tall, making the space seem even larger, lots of light coming in from windows placed just under the tall ceilings, and incredible detail. There is a meridian line in the marble floor and a display of a pendulum with a quote from Galileo.
Veering off the Walking Rome route, and because I knew I was going to be nearby, I decided to take a look at Termini Train Station. It’s a madhouse! It’s as big as Paddington Station ...
... it moved to a location a couple doors down from the corner of the same street—ha! It’s run by a British couple. I was looking for a history book on Rome and maybe a travel book on Florence (for my week there in October). I bought a British Museum book called, <i>Roman Empire: Power and People</i>. It was kind of expensive, 17,45 Euro, but it’s pretty interesting so far. They didn't have a small sized book ...