Ancient Trastevere Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... during that low energy time around 3pm. She said Italians eat their gelato then, as a snack. It's not dessert. Tonight's flavor: fig. I love fresh figs.
The last stop on the food tour was at a restaurant called Bacchus. They specialize in meat and have two cows for their logo, but we ate three kinds of pasta and drank more wine. We had carbonara made with one egg, one egg yolk, pecorino romano and parmesan. It is then tossed with ...
... friends came to Rome today Sat July12 and head back to the dance program Sun night @ 6pm.. They had to take a taxi to a small nearby town where the bus ( approx 3 hrs) brought them to Rome!! Yes my 16 yrs old and Carly 15 yrs old heading to Rome ( population over 4 million!!).. Anyway we met the 4 of them for dinner near the Coliseum.. The 2 other girls are from Iceland.. They were 19yr&17yr. and just really nice girls.. Of course ...
Oh my. What a fantastic city this seems to be. Three days in and I'm enjoying myself quite a bit. Yesterday we walked up one of the hills, Gianicolo, on top of which the Institutum Romanum Finlandiae is located, in the beautiful (but compact) renaissance villa, Villa Lante. We were shown around the building and introduced to some of the people in residence there. The villa has a fascinating history that connects it to some of the most powerful families in Roman history and since the ...
... songs (Stairway to Heaven, Comfortably Numb, etc.). Does it get any better than that? What an amazing atmosphere to enjoy a final meal in Roma!
Our final stop of the day was – of course – our favourite gelateria; our guy recognized us again, and we left him a tip to say thanks and farewell. Then, back to the apartment to pack up and get ready for the next leg of the journey.
Hard to believe our roads will be leading away from Rome after ...
... Next we had a tour of the Vatican. We went through customs as we entered the new country and walked through all the galleries making our way towards the Sistine chapel. The galleries were mind blowing, with elaborate paintings on the roof and walls, floor tiles, tapestries and sculptures. And the chapel itself was even more amazing. I'm so glad that I've seen it, but won't go back in a hurry as there was so many people! It ...