Agriturismo Colle dell'Arci
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was the first one finished packing because he had no clothes still! Chandler was very generous though, and gave him a couple shirts. The lady came early and we were still not ready. We hurried to put our stuff away and left. She took us down the street where we stored our luggage for a couple of hours at a house. Next, we walked to the train station and waited for the train to take us to Vernazza. Within a couple of minutes, we got on the train, however, ...
... on them. All the tour guides in Italy have to have a degree (amongst other requirements) and become a certified Italian guide and are therefore very informative and love to tell you a LOT of things. It's hard to remember everything, especially going to so many places and being so tired. Rome (or at least a few of the buildings) is 2,760 years old! So, we walked down and past many little cobbled stone streets with beautiful tall buildings either side and plants growing ...
Wow what a day, we are absolutely shattered. Today is our last day in Rome and Vatican City is our last place to visit.
We decided to do a proper tour as the information you get from a tour guide is so much more than you would get doing it alone and also the benefit of skipping the extremely long queues.
Our first stop was St Peter's Square. We arrived around 10.15 and already the line to enter the Basilica was wrapped ...
... We looked at the catacombs where the old popes reside before making our way out to the courtyard where the Pope gave his deliveries. It was huge! With big pylons going around the outside. We walked through and out onto the street walking from one country into another and found a place with cheap delicious food, the 3.5 hour tour of the Vatican had us starving! After lunch we walked down the street and along the Tiber river, following it until we hit the metro and made our way ...
... We spared some glances and admiration before getting into the chapel. Michelangelo's talents were displayed in full beauty. The painting had taken 27 years and it was beyond inspiring to stand under the ornate incredible artwork and spy all the scenes I had seen and heard about. We got a spot in the middle and stared in wonder for many, many minutes, taking in as much As we could For me, this was one of my big ...