Residenze Suite Sistina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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King Tut's Beard, or
Sometimes You Learn the Best Stuff on Airplanes
My seatmate on Ryan Air’s flight from Stansted to Rome turned out to be Stan, a chef from a town in Oxfordshire, on holiday with his wife Bev for a long weekend in Rome. Although he was clear that he and his family have always been "country people", he turned out to love history and have traveled quite a lot. He was reading the newspaper, which featured a story you really ...
... the length of Piazzo San Pietro looking back at St Peter's and marvelling at the sheer enormity of the Vatican. We cross the Tiber using Ponte Vitorio Emanuele II and find a quaint pizzeria where we are happy to just sit and enjoy the people watching for the next 45 minutes or so. The journey back to our apartment is wonderful as we stroll through the narrow streets and take in the picturesque shops and shopkeepers, the many statues and building sculptures and ...
... where the places of note were. The traffic seemed slower today in the rain, but none the less it was bumper to bumper and no sign that there were any rules! There are no lanes marked and people seem to squeeze cars into the smallest gaps, or even where there are no gaps. Most cars are tiny and the double decker buses tower over them all. There seems no intimidation though... even the thousands of motor scooters that travel the roads seem to have no fear! ...
Right now we are on the 5 floor in the hotel. We are eating breakfast, but I am typing this because Lynn, Sue, and my mom are chatting away. It doesn't look like there going to end it soon either. You know adults, they start talking and they don't stop for a while. At sleepovers with my friends, my mom will come over and tell us to pack up. Then ...
... there and see what the Pope sees when he does all his Popeing to the masses. The Pantheon was also incredible and you couldn't help but wonder how on earth did it get built so many centuries ago without the machinery and scaffolding. These buildings are works of art and appear around every corner. We took a wander to the Trevi Fountain and the palace built for the first king of ...