Aronica Bed & Breakfast
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... was still looking pretty spooky. Jeff actually found us the restaurant, The Roma Beer Company and we sat outside on the square. Instantly the waitstaff was at our table and they proved to be fun and friendly. We all liked the t-shirts they were wearing and within seconds we are all shouting out the quantity and sizes we wanted. It was a great meal and they brought out the lemoncello for us.
We had a long walk back to the hotel, but walking ...
... our meal was outstanding. I think this was the best pizza I have ever had and not unreasonably priced. All up it was a great meal and the gelato was also terrific, and we finished just in time to meet Simone.
He was a very pleasant and knowledgeable young man. He spoke perfect English and gave us a very entertaining tour of the museums, the galleries, the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica.
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... of guards at the tomb of the Italian unknown soldier, then trekked back to the hotel for a bit of R & R.
The kids were spent, so Colleen and I decided to head out to the hotel's rooftop terrace for a drink and a little food. The night view from the top is just as spectacular as the morning view, and we had fun talking about our trip, and looking forward to our next adventure: the flight ...
... the sport and spectating that once went on here. We were also able to go to the outer balconies and look over Palatine Hill and the Temple of Venus, both incredible sights in their own right. We finished our tour with a trip around the bottom level, taking a closer look at the tunnels, and marvelling at the size and scope of the building. Four thumbs up for the Colosseum – and it lives to see another day.
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... traveled we saw some of the Gaudi's houses ( Casa Batllo ) and buildings ( La Pedrera ) there amazing. We saw so much in a well designed and thought out, thriving, city that is bussing with life. As we drove around we saw Wonderful shops, Buildings, Churches, Wide Streets sum with parks running along the middle of them, one of these parks was set up for people to play bocce, then the Park Espanya Industrial which had looked like a row ...