Mr Frills B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... it was the cutoff time but they would take the bags. Jeff put his on the stand and away we went. As we were running toward security, I looked down and realized I still had mine with me. ****! This is the bag I always carry on when I travel for work so it is just a habit to take it along. Jeff said not to worry just come on. We are running again. Because now, our gate is at the OTHER end of the airport. And security is closer to each ...
... but nothing prepared me for what I was about to walk into. It literally is wall to wall paintings. One more beautiful and masterful than the next. I personally was in love with the biblical scenes painted on the ceiling, where as Dad preferred the work of ‘The Last Judgement’. I mean the paintings in themselves is beyond words, but the time spent to complete them and the means by which he designed the scaffold to be suspended in the air with ropes in order ...
... about it in depth. We learned so many fascinating things - and so did they about us. They're both amazing people and it makes us even more glad we're staying here. We got ready and headed out around 11:30, and man is it HOT! It's been hot everywhere so far but Rome is the worst. Everywhere we've been someone has commented how the weather is nice now vs in a few weeks when it starts getting hot. And that right there is why we started this trip in Italy vs ...
An early start this morning to see the Vatican. We had already been last time we came, but it was part of this tour so went again. Did see some different aspects,e.g. The Bramante staircase which was a spiral ramp leading up to the museum behind the Sistine chapel. Nice views. Sistine chapel, of course was too crowded, as usual. And St. Paul's basilica. Would just to love to go there when there was nobody around but that is ...
... lunch at a Obika Mozzarella Bar; this is a restaurant chain we discovered later when we had apertivo at one in Florence. Notwithstanding, the food was fine and the service friendly. Yvonne had to be aware of the trucks backing down the square between her seat and the market stalls very close to her chair.
A walk to Piazza Navona; a buzzing place with painters, balloons, street performers and the ubiquitous pashmina, rug, sunglasses, wrist band and ...