Al Colonnato di San Pietro Bed and Breakfast
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... arm and hand movement as possible and most smoke.
The walking tour was good to allow us to get some knowledge of where things are. Travel tip: don't just buy any old city map. Have a look at it first, and see if it has pictures of the main attractions, where the streets are. My map had big pictures of the Colosseum , Pantheon,etc, but I could not see the roads under the pictures to know where the hell I was!!
By the time we got home, we knew we had had a big day. ...
... sounds like those moronic bumper stickers you see back home "Love it or leave"... F"£$K OFF We're Full). I may have despaired at the way the locals ignored the marvels and treasures in their own backyard. But then doesn't everyone, everywhere?
Now Rome has embraced the tourists, and is making a motza out of it.
I really like it now, but 20 years ago, I may not have felt the same..
And I couldn't have done it on a Segway.
... was the the Germans chose Frascati as the command center for the Meditteanan German offensive. As a result, in 1944 half the town was destroyed with the allied bombing. The village was liberated by the the above mentioned 85th US Infantry Division in 1944. Only 13 miles, a half marathon, from Rome. The german occupation of Frascati spared Rome from the allied bombing offensive. We returned back to the B&B was happy to see United upgraded us to Economy plus! Its ...
... prior to a second cup of coffee .Today, Signor e Signora emerged from the van around 9.30am into what seemed like an audience of Swiss, German and Austrian breakfasters - winking and nudging each other in a knowing sort of way. Thankfully, they didn't clap!
Dead and buried in Etruria.
On the way to Rome and our next campsite by The River Tiber, we stop at Necropolis. An Etruscan "Dead City". I accompany Signor e Signora on a tour of Etruscan ...
... standing nearby and she chuckled a few times at something he said, repeating a line back that he said, then laughing again. No one else around was doing that—either there were no other Italian speakers (hardly!) or what he was saying meant more to her (you know, because she’s a nun!).
I left not long later. My plan was to go to this pizza place for lunch, the Pizzarium, mentioned in my Walking Rome book. It said it was, ...