Bed & Breakfast Angolo Romano
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the most well preserved of all the ancient Roman buildings.
The Pantheon is located in the Piazza della Rotunda which is surrounded by restaurants on 3 sides. It's a perfect spot to stop for lunch plus State of Origin has started and I'm keen to listen to the game on the radio. We sit down and I tune into radio 2GB and listen in on my headphones whilst enjoying a beautiful lunch of veal and lasagne (yes, served together) whilst also ...
... know it's a no-no to post pictures of food porn, but I have anyway! The view, even from floor 32, was beautiful... And there is even a view from the beautiful toilets (which I have also posted below). After this, we went to The Clink, which apparently is more authentic than the London Dungeon. It was very interesting and slightly disturbing - people who went to the clink had to pay for their stay, and if they arrived with no ...
... sat alfresco on the edge of the square sipping cocktails, watching the world go by and then eating the best meal (gnocchi- Me, GF lasagne- Ken) ever. Ken followed this with his daily gelati - a posh number with a price to match. Dinner was quite expensive tonight but we didn't care, it was good and we were tired.
We arrived home some 11 hours later, exhausted, filthy, sunburnt and foot sore having had a marvellous day!
... In the small room were mass was held there were probably 50 graves cut into the rock and there was even some marble left from the 3rd and 4th century. It was awesome to celebrate mass where the first Christians prayed and buried their dead. Almost two thousand years ago, Christians came to these catacombs for safe haven from the Romans who persecuted them and celebrate mass. And here we were, thousands of years later, doing the exact same thing. It was just ...
... Clocked up 250 km/h again on the train to Rome. It was a pretty uneventful train trip so I won't write about that. Rome is a big city. Lots of cars scooting everywhere, interweaving with buses and mopeds. It's all crazy to us. The people just cross the street when ever they wanted to and all the cars stopped for them. We soon caught the hang of it though. ...