Bed & Breakfast Angolo Romano
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... other ruined Roman acqueducts and built new display fountains to mark their termini, launching the golden age of the Roman fountain. The fountains of Rome, like the paintings of Rubens, were expressions of the new style of Baroque art. They were ...
... of my pilgrimage by visiting the tomb of St Peter to deliver the personal petitions I'd carried with me from Canterbury these past two and a half months.
I went along to the Vatican office that issues the Testimonium certificate to pilgrims on presentation of their fully stamped credencial/pilgrim passport, receiving a respectful salute from the colourful Swiss Guards who let me and my backpack pass through the security cordon. To be frank, the actual process was ...
After the Dubai stopover, we were herded onto the A380 for the flight to Rome. It is much shorter – 6 hours. With its 644 passenger capacity, it has several bridges to put the cattle on! I was relatively close to the front on the lower deck and again the service was
impeccable. The new aircraft are so great now with their USB plugs for charging. The screens in the back of the seats were bigger, more intuitive and ...
... to work. In Italy they work to live. People in Italy take time to enjoy each other. In the US masons take a lunchbox. Here they go to a restaurant and enjoy a meal together.Most places close for two hours for lunch.
We leave for the airport in the morning. It has been a week we will never forget . We have seen beautiful sights and made many new friends.
Pictures to follow... The internet here is very slow!
Dianne and Suzy.
... to hear about the parades that they used to have with the treasures and prisoners that they would bring back from war in different lands. I continued down the road to the Colosseum and after a much shorter line I went inside and had a look around, again with my audio/video guide. It is an amazing arena, especially when you think about how long ago it was built and what sort of things hadn't been invented at that time. It housed 60 thousand patrons, and sounded like it ...