L'incanto di Roma B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Leaning Tower , the Baptistery and other monuments. Choose a pleasant walk to Piazza die Cavalieri, where you can admire the historic Scuola Normale, a world famous university. Free time in this city. Return to Rome after tour. Return to Hotel ...
... 1 (although this seems to change depending on the area) seems to keep finding us!! I've been telling him "no, this is my brother", but then he just offers us some lighters... It's like 'well if you don't want a rose, you must want a lighter!'.
Dinner tonight blew my mind! As usual, Fiona had somewhere highly recommended in mind, so we went to this little place (which happened to be directly across from our apartment), and ordered 3 ...
... public transport was on strike and we could call a cab. After a little while, she told us that the shuttle from the hotel would take us to Vatican for 5 euro each. So we waited around a while, got onto the shuttle and made our way to the Vatican.The drive over was to be expected, lots of traffic and crazy drivers, but no worse than what we had seen in other European cities. The driver dropped us off right ...
... Italy's first king needed to make sure people knew who he was - see photos). We took the lift to the skydome for more great 360 views.
We climbed Capitaline Hill right next door to Victor. In 1530 the pope called on Michaelangelo to design a grand staircase and square on the hill -The Piazza del Campidoglio - centre is a bronze statue of Marcus Aurelius on horse- now replaced by a copy, but we saw the magnificent original indoors (as there are 2 museums ...
... open every morning and includes produce, oils, alcohol, spices, and some trinkets. It wasn't too crowded and most of the people there were locals, based off their ability to communicate with the vendors. We spent a long time wandering through just taking it all in. The prices were decent and everything looked very fresh and was from Italy! Sarah and I ended up with apples, pears, mixed salad (misto), artichoke, zucchini, and eggplant all for less than 10 euro. ...