EverGreen Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... Castel Sant'Angelo again to give it a proper tour. I've been traveling for quite awhile now but Castles are still pretty awesome so it was quite an enjoyable place and then I continued on mostly wandering not entirely knowing where I was going. I ended up wandering down Corso Vittorio Emmanuele II, a major street, and stopped when I saw the "Alter of the Fatherland" and decided that I definitely had to go check it out. I eventually found an elevator ...
The day started with breakfast at the hotel and then an early trip to the Vatican where we spent the morning. The crowds are unbelievable but we are very fortunate to be on an organised tour with a local guide Paolo. He is a wealth of knowledge and, using earplugs and audio sets, we could listen with real interest to his history lesson. We admired art in the Vatican museum, beautiful floor length tapestries re-telling stories of the old and new testaments and enormous, accurate, ...
... bag covering a ripped gel seat. Given that we plan to stay out past dark, we need lights. We retrieve our roll of packing tape and afix our mini MEC flashlights to the handlebars. And we are off. The streets are packed with cyclists. We fall into line riding along busy streets and wide sidewalks all with a pathway demarcated for two wheeled commuters. Forty minutes later, we arrive in Mitte. It is a thriving neighbourhood located at the centre of the city straddling ...
... they sell it. And every 2 minutes we are signalling for them to leave us alone as we are definitely not interested in buying any of the goods. 3. There is a huge clash of religions in Rome. The pagan religions verses the Christian religion has been very evident throughout our stay so far. 4. A person cannot eat enough gelato in Italy. It is like no gelato we have eaten before. It's even better than Caloundra gelato (Kellie doesn't agree with this statement :) ). ...
... lunch (favorite pasta dish so far) we walked over to the closest gelateria (there were at least three shops within two blocks of each other) to get our daily scoop and when Robin tried to pay she was told her 5 euro bill was a fake. The cashier showed us a "good" bill next to the fake -- would have never noticed but thankfully it was only a 5 euro bill. Robin has narrowed it down to a likely suspect, the cafe in the Milan train station (I got the best Nutella filled ...