Girasolereale Rome Bed and Breakfast
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... has been slowly growing on me and luckily is the cheapest of the coffees. I'm astounded by how much they charge for hot water. An Americano, which is just espresso with extra hot water is sometimes more than 1 Euro more. I'm also amazed by the lack of rhyme or reason to the "service" charge for dine-in experiences. Some places don't charge, some charge 2.5 euro per person which seems a bit high. But who's to guess what its going to be as ...
... There is a chapel in a third story room commemorating the place where he passed. After Fossanova, we made our way to the Castle of Saint Thomas. Due to the small road leading to the top of the mountain, we were dropped off at the town at the bottom and had to climb up. The walk was only about 45 minutes, and it was highly rewarding. We were able to get some incredible views of the Italian countryside, and some of it was even covered in fog. The Castle of Saint Thomas is ...
... open, and when we eventually found the second one...the milkshake machine wasn't working. It was not meant to be! We got back to the hotel around 8 ish, had breakfast, then went for a nap! When we got up we lazily got ready. We metro'd back into the city because we were going to palentine hill today, which was beside the colosseum. It was an ancient ruin of an entire little roman kingdom! And we had some good views looking over parts of Rome too. When we had seen ...
... troops or Garibaldi would win the war that would led to the establishment of Italy as we know it. Back then, Rome was still under papal rule but the people desired a republic, one in which they would have a say in. The pope would enlist the help of the French army, and they would ultimately clash on Janiculim Hill with Garibaldi's forces. He would emerge victorious, paving the way for the end of papal rule of Rome, the incorporation of Rome into the republic of Italy and ...
... new sense of hope and optimism surrounding Pope Francis.
Castel Sant’ Angelo:
Lunch at Pizzarium – featured on an Anthony Bourdain episode. Order pizza and stand outside to eat it. A very Italian thing to do. John’s was better but I didn’t know what I was ordering.
Emperor Hadrian designed his own tomb around A.D. 139 which has become Castel Sant’ Angelo. Originally it was a towering cylinder with ...