La Fenice Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... be the meeting place for shady types doing god knows what, (we saw at least one transaction taking place). We felt more than a little uneasy, and it was quite a relief to see a couple of police on horseback, patrolling the area. No one accosted us or anything it was just not a good vibe.
We had dinner at a local cafe, Gnocchi w quatro formaggio for me, Veal Milanese for Rex. Both excellent and cheap. We love that combination. :-)
The apartment is ...
... Yes I repeat 4 hours of class. We were finally set free to go to the supermarket and make dinner.
I love Roman supermarkets. They are very small, and most people shop for the current day, or for two days, but not for much more than that. I really enjoy the small atmosphere though. Some aspects are a little different, but it has been fun to look at. They have so much fresh produce and meat. Their labeling for "gluten free" ...
... fron the Vatican Post Office home to Davids Mum. They had a great climb and the view was amazing. Did you know that the Vatican is only 44 hectares in size, our farm is 75 hectares so that gave us a sense scale to the country. It is also the smallest country in the world. Only if I had have paid this much attention when I was at school!!!
We left for home getting Gelato on the way. Hope everyone enjoyed the lesson on the Vatican.
... offered by Mario indicates that the name give to the steps are in fact a mislabelling by allied forces during the war. They had been attributed to then Spanish due to their proximity to the Spanish embassy. In fact, the famous staircase leads to a famous French school in Rome. Nevertheless, the name stuck and it has been known by that name since.
By then we were about midway through our tour. Mario brought us to one of his favourite coffee bars in Rome- Teichner. We had ...
Depart Sydney on 6am flight Emirates flight was long but uneventful. The only thing of note was that the cabin crew insisted on the window blinds being down for the entire flight. Geoff was a welcome sight at Fumiocino. We caught the train back into Rome, looking forward to a good night sleep and then on to ...