Casa di Iginia e Paolo Bed & Breakfast
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... to do it all again the next day. We devoted the next morning to some more food critiquing and wiled away the afternoon in the science museum, which admittedly was for children, but then again Dutch children seem to reach maturity a lot quicker than many others around the world and most importantly, are probably around the same mental age as us.
That night Lise, Ned and I went to a gig at the Gashouder and saw some truly spectacular DJs (Richie Hawtin, Marcel Dettman etc.) ...
... Basilica around the side. We were now in the museum and ready to appreciate the works collected over the centuries. Note to self: read up more about the museum to know where things are. To get to the Sistine Chapel you weave through most of the museum where you see a lot of creative works. Roman Catholic works are interesting but I can't say I really appreciated or liked the style of works. I appreciated the work that went into the paintings and the tapestries but ...
... Naturally, we struck up a conversation with him. We discovered that he was an eighteen-year-old professional rugby player for a British team in Leicester, England, despite originally being from Naples, Italy. We wanted to know how he ended up playing rugby in a small town in England, so far from home. He told us how he originally left his parents at the age of fourteen to pursue an opportunity in France playing Rugby. When we asked ...
... Before we got there, he taught us that there are no rules in Rome.
Once we got to Rome we went with Paulo into the city, and I won't deny that I was a little nervous about where he was leading us to and what his "meeting" was all about. He looks and sounds like a classic Italian vampire, and he always talks about drinking red "wine" *cough cough* blood *cough cough* We arrived in a dark alley and I thought, well, this is it, I'm going to be eaten ...
We were thrilled to have our good friends, Deb and Croine, join us on the world tour in Rome. We stuffed our faces during Fabio's cooking class. The secret tips and tricks were just what we needed to perfect our pasta.
Entertain your taste buds with this video:
After successfully riding around with ...