Ancient Trastevere Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... to see it in person! Unfortunately for me, the excitement faded once I got to the fountain because it was being repaired. So not only were there barricades up, there was no water in the fountain! It was still pretty cool seeing the fountain architecture, but I feel like it wasn't the same without hearing the water in the fountain. After a couple minutes I left and made my way down toward the Coliseum. While walking towards there I saw Piazza Venezia, and that was really cool! ...
... Vatican City to enter St. Peter's basilica and fulfil my wish to climb to the top of the dome. The basilica itself is huge, naturally as it is the largest cathedral in the world. It is beautiful inside as the pictures show. Climbing the dome was such a cool experience and as it took the elevator half way it was only 313 steps to the top. The views were ...
... just an entree to save money. I wanted it to be inexpensive, while also a typical Italian food. I decided on the Gnocchi (Nyo-key) with marinara sauce and buffalo mozzarella cheese. While I was waiting for my meal, my server brought me bread and then set out a bottle of olive oil, a container of red wine vinegar, salt and pepper. I didn't think Italians really ate the bread with oil and vinegar,. Maybe I heard incorrectly, or maybe he was just trying ...
... containing numerous academies, colleges and universities. According to the City Brands Index, Rome is considered the world's second most historically, educationally and culturally interesting and beautiful city. It boasts a large variety ...
... wasn't very beautiful, but inside was awesome.
Once in Piazza dei Popolo, we walked by one of the streets until we found the Tiber river. I wanted to see Augustus Temple, and we did, but just from the outside, not very worth visiting to be honest... Then we walked by the river and as we ...