Casa di Silvia Bed&Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... see....including eat! Italy has been one delicious food experience after another, but I'm already starting to miss healthy food. Rome is where we had the best gelato. A place called Gelateria del Teatro where you can see them making fresh gelato in the back. They refuse to serve flavours that are out of season, there are no ridiculously brightly coloured artificial flavours and the flavours they do have are quite creative. Jake ...
... pictures inside unfortunately. Then we went to the Colisseum where we learnt about gladiatorial fights from a tour guide. It was very interesting - there are still parts of the seats and staircases intact although a lot of the building is being held up by scaffolding now. We also went inside the Pantheon which has been turned into a church. It's nowhere near as ornate as the ones in the Vatican but it's crazy to believe it's 2000 years ...
... and NYC's Central Park. Romans come to jog, walk, walk their dogs, and play pick up games. The Borghese family were a family of popes and cardinals that lived in the lap of luxury. One of the Cardinal Borghese built the villa which houses the museum to show off his collection. The building itself is a work of art and the walls and ceilings are painted with frescoes and the floors are marble and mosaics . Considering he was suppose to be a religious man it is surprising how ...
... started at 10 at the Spanish steps. Was nice cause we were able to get our bearing and get around the city easier. With this tour she took us around to the Pantheon and Piazza Navona and then over to St. Pieters. Place was beautiful. Joined the line to go in and explore a little bit. Pictures don't do that place any justice which is why there is a lack of them. The sun was just coming out as we were leaving so we decided to stick around ...
... the name of the place or where its located but it did not disappoint. Lobster ravioli is a fine meal. On Saturday, just the second night out, I had to force myself to stay in, suffering from a violent cough, feverish body aches and pains, and a migraine that had me convinced my head was a cracking egg. I took ownership of the fact that I may have underestimated my ability to acclimate to the change in weather, horrible sleeping patterns, and ...