La Stella di Roma B&B
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Greetings from Rome! Its been an eventful trip sp far. The last two days in Paris were followed
by a short and sunny weekend in Milan and Como, Italy- stay tuned for the travel tales.
I've been in Rome since Sunday night, and everything was going fabulously. I am staying with a friend of mine, a native od Rome whom I met while she worked in Montreal. I toured to city several times and explored the lesser-known roads ...
... Michaelangelo's masterpiece was, well, words cannot really describe a big hall wrapped side, top and bottom with the world's best art depicting religious and historical musings. With all the gold trimmings.
This was also where the Vatican has their conclave when they need to elect a new pope, although the chimney is only erected for that purpose.
We left and had an espresso outside the city walls.
Our other saying is 'when in ...
... yes this is true.
Friday morning - to the airport and delivery of the black bongo van come bus that Guido named "the black peril"
Roma sweet Roma
Here we are, last night we enjoyed a wonderful meal - yes more food and today was spent at the Vatican. Our personal guide Sylvia along with Suor Teresa (Guido's cousin who is a nun in Roma) had us "skipped the line" and taking in The Vatican museum, Sistine Chapel and ...
... crowds passing by. I thought I was ordering calamari for the starter, but we ended up with cannelloni. This was a fortuitous mistake as the cannelloni was amazing! Jillian had veal fillets with glazed carrots and mashed potato and I had lamb crusted in hazelnuts with artichoke chips for mains. We had a Rossini to drink and the waiter gave us a limoncello because I gave him such a big tip. We had gelato from Grom on the way ...
... offered by Mario indicates that the name give to the steps are in fact a mislabelling by allied forces during the war. They had been attributed to then Spanish due to their proximity to the Spanish embassy. In fact, the famous staircase leads to a famous French school in Rome. Nevertheless, the name stuck and it has been known by that name since.
By then we were about midway through our tour. Mario brought us to one of his favourite coffee bars in Rome- Teichner. We had ...