- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... orders, such as the Jesuit Churches of Jesus and Sant`Ignazio.
Traditionally, pilgrims in Rome and Roman citizens thanking God for a grace should visit by foot the seven pilgrim churches (Italian: Le sette chiese) in 24 hours. This ...
... with plenty of time to spare so we checked in, went through security and waited and waited. Our flight didn't have an allocated gate half an hour before we were due to takeoff so this was probably a clue that it was "retarde". First it was due to leave at 1:00 an hour and ten minutes late. Luckily John has a sudoko book and Wendy's ipad is charged! Well, well, well, weren't we a ...
... than walking and we have 25min until the train leaves. We take a speed walk up the hill, over the hill and around the big roundabout dodging cars and people to arrive in our carriage with only a couple of minutes to spare.
The rocking train lulls most of us to sleep on the way back and we stagger up to our hotel restaurant late just in time to catch the end of the dinner menu.
In any normal trip your would take a rest day next day but we are going to ...
By the next day I learnt a few things about Italy. Coffee came as a shot with a cup of water. The water was supposed to be to clean your taste palate but if you drank the water straight after the coffee, it meant you thought the coffee was bad. Also in smaller parts of Italy, most shops were closed for lunch from 1pm-5pm. This was because lunch ...
... church and go around security and the pillars to the Left, its a five minute walk, hawkers will point the way to the museum then bug you for tickets or a guided walk, ignoring them is pretty easy. Tickets into the Museum are €16 and you don't need a guide, just grab a map and take the long tour route to see all the really good stuff like sculptures, tapestries, rooms painted floor to ceiling with art, modern art including some Salvador ...