St. Peter’s Basilica is amazing to anyone who sets foot inside. Sitting in the centre of the cavernous room is Saint Peter’s tomb. Underneath what can only be described as the world’s largest four-post bed, lays Saint Peter. Thousands of people enter the Basilica every day to see this incredible place.
You know that moment when you are at the check in desk, when you place your bag on the scales & hold your breath. You see the numbers rolling over rapidly, the staff serving you watch the sweat starting to appear on your forehead & decide now is the time to give you an evil smile, then that moment arrives.
The Spanish Steps in Roma, Italy, are a very popular spot to get some sunshine. Thousands of tourists visit these 138 steps every day. If you are lucky, you might find a spot to sit & relax for a while. Our friendly concierge gave us the tip to visit at dawn. With the sun rising the colours would be amazing.
Italy. It has some many things that can be identified as Italian. Probably more than any country I know. The food. The language. The passion. The people. The cars?