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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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We had a good (but hectic) start to the day as we were finishing up our to do lists at home turning off the water, electricity and printing off train tickets that I had overlooked! Nevertheless we made it to the airport in plenty of time thanks to the drop off by Dan and Pat. When travelling we try to stick to our routines which are as follows: Craig directs us through airports and to gates and Jenny gets the attention of every security personnel ...
... stop was the Spanish Steps, which was very crowded and unfortunately the church at the top was under construction and had that shrink wrap on that they put pictures of the building on (but more like a cartoon, so you don't really get the gist of it). The Pantheon was next on the list, and that was one that I was quite in awe of... I guess because it's one that I've always seen in pictures (Jarrods Roman books he had as a kid haha), and just ...
... cheering and clapping, but we two Anglicans from Morphett Vale failed to get a mention.
Once he was gone the crowd dispersed quickly and we were off in search of gelati.....at last a "Flor"! Yes it was good but we think we have found better. Then we walked on past a speciality gluten free restaurant (noted for later) and down to the river Tiber.
We walked quite a way until we came to Isola Tiberina and then ...
Up early. We took a shuttle bus to the Vatican. We walk straight passed the hundreds lined up against the city wall waiting to get in and walked right through the door. As imagined it was hectic and we were herded through the long, decorated corridors. The best part was ...
... una buona domenica e buon pranzo. Arrivederci!" - have a good Sunday and a good lunch! We took the Pope at his word, and headed out of the Colonnades to a small cafe, where we had pizza and lasagna (for G!), then onto Castel San Angelo. This is a unique building in Rome, as it was built as the mausoleum of Hadrian, then later used by the popes from the 14th century as a fortress and castle, and is now a museum. The Castel was once ...