B&B Cicerone 28
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Main article: Catacombs of Rome
Rome has extensive amount of ancient catacombs, or underground burial places under or near the city, of which there ...
... Angelo. The big castle by the river when the Popes have been hidden when there were troubles for centuries. It really looks big and beautiful from that side of the river.
Once we crossed the river (by a bridge) and passed by the Castelo Sant'Angelo, we arrived to the “border” of Vatican City State, a street leads to the Piazza San Pietro with its ...
... try expensive cream with gold in it, so I obliged! He had of course shown me my face on the ultra scary side of the large magnified mirror ...... did I have that many wrinkles!! Probably! I walked out without buying anything. He didn't give me a good answer about reversing my face to what it looked like when I was twenty which I thought was a serious question as he seemed to be promising the earth with his products!
... spinach and sweet & sour onions. We strolled the quiet cobblestone road back to our hotel. We greeted the crisp morning with a couple of cappuccinos and breakfast. This cappuccino thing has become quite the daily habit, although after the Venice incident, I'm cut off if it's past noon. We hike down to the parking lot just below the village, fetch the car, and we're off for our drive to Montepulciano by way of Pienza. This drive is what you think of when you see ...
... and ducking for cover and we met back at the tram station and caught the number 8 tram back to our hotel, where 3 boys were pleasantly surprised to find they had been given an upgrade to the penthouse (3rd floor suite) due to a faulty toilet in their old room. Another early start is on the cards for tomorrow as we head off to our next Italian destination…Florence, via a stop for lunch in Siena, Tuscany…it’s a hard ...