L'incanto di Roma B&B
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... to rule out fractures or infections. Two hours more for the results, a vending machine lunch of coke and crisps while we sat amongst about 20 people lying in beds in a hallway, and the eighth doctor I saw tells me my tendon is inflamed from overuse, probably in bad shoes, exactly what we had predicted but better to be safe than sorry. Given a prescription for magical extra strong ibuprofen and inserts for my brand new trainers and out we were shoo'd to find the ...
... night before which was a great decision, because it gave me something to relate to. This Friday we went to the Vatican Museum and saw the Sistine Chapel which was incredible to see Michelangelo's paintings up close and in real life. On Saturday I went to the Vespers prayer at St. Paul's Basilica which was led by Pope Francis. You needed a ticket to get in and the place was completely packed. Despite not understanding one word of the prayer because it was ...
... which is the decadent oversized monument to Italy's first king. The people of Italy didn't even like him because he came from northern Italy and didn't speak Italian!! We toured the Roman Forum, the Arch of Constantine, Palestine Hill, the Pantheon, Capitol Hill, the best coffee shop, Sant' Eustachio, and one of the two best gelato shops, Cafe du Parc, in Rome! The pictures posted again don't give it justice but believe me when I say that the ...
... them. It was a pretty fun night, was amusing to watch some of them do karaoke haha.
July 24th, 2013
We wake up in the morning sooo hot. Our room was like a cook house. I don't understand why the people here do not believe in air conditioning! ugh it was uncomfortable hot. We slept in a bit because we were out so late and thought we would be smart and beat the heat and then go see the Colosseum. Well.. by the time we got showered up we ...
Our Roman adventure started with Dave flying in at 6:30am. . . Meaning I was on a train to the airport by 5:54. Admittedly, he’d probably had the harder deal, with 33 hours of flying, but I still felt pretty average. However, all that was irrelevant as he walked through the arrival gates and I
saw him for the first time in 5 months. YAY! So off we went to explore :)
Rome was obviously excited to see him too, and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet