Bed & Breakfast Orti di Trastevere
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... this visit to Rome seemed dirtier than last year. Perhaps it is the difference between spring and fall. We caught the 4 o'clock train back to port as we certainly don't want the ship leaving without us.
The next day was to be a stop in the port of Livorno for all those wishing to head into Tuscany, Florence, Pisa, Lucca, etc. Unfortunately the wind gods were not on our side and the ship could not dock. The captain reported gale force winds ...
... We had a guide from ISA (The travel company we are here with) take us through several. In one church there are 3 levels. The first century cathedral, then a 4th century cathedral built on top, then a 12th century cathedral on the current level. We were actually able to go all the way down to the 1st century area of the church and it was amazing. I have never seen something so old and still standing and well preserved. There are still traces ...
We started the day with a run/walk. This time we ran on the side of the river closest to our apartment. It was much nicer than running along the riverbank on the other side. It was shaded by trees and was lovely and cool. I was going to run to Villa Borghese, but missed the turn off and ended up running too far. I still had a good run - about 40 mins. We found a great place for breakfast, I had the continental breakfast ...
It's a generic title for a blog post, I know. But… as was
the go-to phrase for the last five days- "when in Rome" - one must blog using a
“When in Rome” title! But let me tell you real quick why I broke the Cheetham
tradition, and enjoyed my experience this past weekend in Roma.
Fifteen students, three chaperones, and what feels like one
hundred churches later, I almost wouldn’t believe myself as to ...
... river and to get a bit of history from the area. The boats have a flat bottom and they where built that way because of the rapids, many years ago the river had no dams or ways of controlling the water level, and the river was quiet dangerous, so that's why they are built that way. You might recognise the look of the boats, they were used in the movie Chocolate, who could forget Johnny Depp. Some of the descendent of family's that sailed these boats, centuries ago ...