B&B Caty Senior
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that had 155 flavours to choose from. I think it took us 155 minutes to decide on our flavours!!
We wonder what Lily is going to think when we get back home and into our routine and the long walks after dinner, and all the twinkling lights stop. (Ps: I don't want it to stop either :( )
She attracts so much attention. We were calling her the little 'chick magnet' at the start of the trip as women ...
... this time it's somewhat a step up. We were quite tired by the time we arrived. We had a late start today, hitting the charcoal/black and uneven cobble stone streets at about 11am. We bought Hop On Hop Off bus tickets to take a spin around Rome to see what's changed. Many of the sites are being renovated, like the Colosseum and Trevi Fountain, so there's a fair amount of scaffolding getting in the way. The Trevi Fountain is completely covered by scaffolding and the ...
... as each of us savored the pasta, seafood, and Chianti we were served. If this meal was any indication of what we may expect during our stay, then bellissimo!
After lunch, we located a small grocery on the street around the corner from our apartment, where the girls picked-up some basic items, while I stayed outside observing the comings and goings on the streets and sidewalks. Seemed to be a ...
... tour of the Vatican once we arrived and it was a smart call. The line to get into St Peters Basilica went the whole way around St Peters Square and the Vatican Museum line was all they way down the street. At least an hour or so wait to get into either. We, however, didn't have to wait as we were on an organised tour group. Saved so much time doing that.
The Museum was obvoiusly full of Vatican artifacts, wall hangings, ...
... to a patron and perhaps literally inscribed with his name. Though nothing remains to establish with certainty where any of the public Christian edifices of Rome before the time of Constantine the Great were situated, the basilica on this site was known as Titulus Callisti, since a legend in the Liber Pontificalis ascribed the earliest church here to a foundation by Pope Callixtus I (died 222), whose remains, translated to the new structure, are preserved under ...