B&B Inandout Rome
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Very clean room, big for rome. Awesome breakfast and great service.
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Citytrip with the love of my life! Just a couple of pictures out of the 500 we took in just 3 days!
... in my life.
After recovering from the initial shock of stepping in to the basilica, I began to look at the immense marble statues, the architecture, the frescos and paintings, and most importantly the high altar. The artwork was immensely detailed. The marble statues were tributes to saints and popes who have lived and died for the Church, and they served as a beautiful reminder to the works they did in their lifetimes. Finally, I walked down the middle ...
... teacher is pretty weird but very knowledgable and we get to go on a field trip to the Necropolis, a graveyard beneath the Vatican. Today I had two management classes with the same teacher..in the same room.. Right after one another.. Let's just say I'll need an espresso to make it through that Tuesday/Thursday. So far my only complaint about school is having to purchase books I don't want to spend the money just to leave the book when I go! I'll ...
... down towards the bottom of the Colosseum got me wondering how the Romans built it in 10 years was beyond me. After we left the Colosseum, when got some time to go look around and buy stuff, so I bought a model Colosseum, and some really good gelati. After our short shopping trip, we went to the ruins of Ancient Rome. The buildings were really old, and the majority of the buildings had some aspect of marble in them. After ...
... and created a noodle that was about 65 feet long. I will post a picture of this. From our homemade pasta, we made two types of ravioli, fettucini, and gnocchi. The ravioli we made was eggplant ravioli, from the fresh eggplant we had bought at the market. There was no cheese in the this version, so it was safe for Tessa. It was delicious, and it was the first time Tessa had been able to have ravioli and ...