B&B Le Tare
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... has been driving taxis his whole life. He didn’t speak any English, but was eager to point out notable landmarks as we zipped by. This was more or less incomprehensible, of course, since he was giving us the Italian version.
I kept an eye on the speedometer and noticed that we were averaging about 110 kilometers per hour. That includes the stretch in the 80 kph zone, as well as the 50 kph zone. He straddled the lane while ...
... hasn't this place been used for? This is a beautiful castle with many additions throughout the years. During one of the sacks of Rome, the pope had to flee and stay here for 7 months.
11. Piazza del Popolo/Santa Maria del Popolo Basilica- If you have read the book and/or watched the movie "Angels and Demons", then this is one church that is in the story. There are eerie busts of skeletons and skull and crossbones on the floors. ...
... 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 ...
... s how you're gonna play it. I get it. Free for all, grab your own taxi. So we start trying to wave one down from both sides (we were sort of on an island). Finally we get a guy to pull up, and he was so nice! I said grazie grazie! And said how do I say I love you? And he laughed. Showed him the address and we were off! He didn't speak much English, but seemed amused by the boys, so we tried to talk to him a bit. He was pointing at something and said "rolling stones" ...
These days in Rome have gone so quickly as
we did so much. It’s an easy city to get
around on foot and the location of our apartment perfectly enabled us to do
Thursday morning early we returned to the
Vatican and were at the doors of St Peter’s when they opened at 7am. Our mission was to attend a Mass at one of
the side altars. These side altars are
where the priests say their own daily Mass and visitors ...