Le Stanze Di Federica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... top of them and didn't realise for awhile where the actual steps were. While mucking around at the top we got convinced to get a caricature of ourselves which turned out pretty well. There will be a grand unveiling one day. Trained across to the Vatican City, had a snoop around before grabbing some food and heading back to the hotel for a much deserved rest. Our fingers are crossed that there will be no steps to go up or down tomorrow, we climbed thousands ...
On Friday we headed first to the Colosseum. We got to walk around the Colosseum and I got to show off a bit of knowledge I had learn a few weeks earlier during a tour... which wasn't very much. We then walked to Palatine Hill, which foolish me thought was a grassy hill with a view of Rome- I was wrong. It is basically an old city that has tons of buildings and plaques telling you what each building is... we of course ...
... and one naked bottom was revealed. JPII was consulted, and he said no further removal of "underwear" was allowed! The Sistine chapel art panels were fully explained to us and great to see.
So after we got out of there, we went to the St. Peter's basilica. St. Peter's was amazing it was a lot bigger than the Sistine chapel - they say it is the size of two football fields! After that we went home to celebrate James's birthday with butterfly pasta, special Italian cake and ...
Up early this morning as we have a train to catch that will take us into Paris. No time for breakfast but Renaud, our host, is nice enough to make a good strong pot of coffee for us before we leave. Renaud and Veronique have been very nice to us and have a lovely house in Reims. We walk to the train station and catch the TGV 8:15 to Paris. Very nice train with power sockets in your seats and travelling again at over 320km/h we are in Paris in no time. Change train stations ...
Woke up in time to checkout at 10am, I had to change rooms because I originally only booked one night. Ended up having bacon and eggs for breakfast with my two Aussie roommates but they weren't that chatty or easy to get along with. They were leaving Rome anyway. So then realised I need to figure out what I'm doing. I've got a friend Olivia who lives in Rome at the moment and jack, the young Aussie from cinque terre, is in Rome ...