Girasolereale Rome Bed and Breakfast
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... Too much trouble trying to use the Wi Fi on the ship and listening to church bells ringing in the background. Very relaxing. Might go back for lunch soon and then do some more walking around. Don't leave port until 6.30 pm. The weather has been beautiful since leaving rainy Genoa. Lots of deckchairs and cocktails out everywhere now. Looking forward to tomorrow. Going on to Palma De Mallorca overnight so will let you know how ...
... that has become Jesus' body. Bones, muscles, and tendons outline the form that was once Mary's son. Mary looks down at this sight with a sense of peace. Her cheeks and forehead still appear young even though she would have been covered in wrinkles at this point in the story. She looks peaceful or blissful which contrasts from the scorned body of Jesus. This takes from both symbolic art, and ...
... positive aspects of life in America. Very fascination exhibition with very life like paintings. After this we set out to see the night-lights – up to the Spanish steps aria and we also saw the magnificent tree in Piazza Navonna. Gorgeous! We enjoyed what could be our last Aperol Spritz and also had a nice dinner at Mario’s in Trastevere. Another good day in Rome.
... is just beautiful and there are archaeological remains and sites everywhere you look. I get the impression that you could never get bored in Rome!
At the end of the bus tour, we'd looped back round to the Coliseum, and decided to get off here. It’s a really impressive building, which kind of just rears up in front of you from the street, solid and imposing. We had tickets to visit, but not for today, so instead we walked around the Circus ...
... it this time, with a little tetris. We drove 5hrs 30mins across the width of Italy to Ancona on the East Coast and stayed near the beach. The drive was really lovely, we went through the mountains. There were lots of little towns built into the side of the mountains or on the very top of the cliffs. Along the way we stopped for lunch at some random shops next to the highway, cause there was heaps of people there. Found out pretty well all they sold was roast pork and ...