San Michele a Porta Pia Bed & Breakfast
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... Song Contest in 1991 and the MTV Europe Music Awards in 2004.
Rome has also had a major impact in music history. The Roman School was a group of composers of predominantly church music, which were active in the city during the 16th ...
... The Popes made the Jewish people stay in a confined area and they were not allowed out of the ghetto area after dark.
We decided to go to a small deli and buy a panini and then we went and sat in the park and ate this and watched the locals. There was a lady who turned up on her bike and the pigeons all flocked around her, she had food for them and they obviously know her very well because within a few seconds of her arriving ...
... Turtles which is cool. He has their names on everything. Everyone says that the current Pope is like totally a hipster cool Pope so it makes sense. After an okay tasting ham and cheese roll each we moved back through the museum to the Sistine Chapel. This is the Chapel which famously had its roof painted by the blue ninja turtle; Leonardo Di Caprio. Photos were absolutely not permitted inside the Sistine Chapel and guards were making sure that any photos ...
... ended up with a gin, Campari and soda. We decided to come back the next day for a cappuccino.
Feeling relaxed, we had a very un-Italian early dinner at Antica Taverna which we'd seen down the side street and I'd recognized the name. We had quite the feast (we hadn't eaten much during the day I think). We ordered zucchini flowers, pizza with salami, seafood salad, penne arrabiatta and a bottle of prosecco. We had tiramisu for ...
... ve had many issues choosing the best combination of flavours, however I went with pistachio and cookies and I think I nailed it! I went back to the Rialto Bridge to get a photo with my gelato before I wandered back to Saint Mark's Square to have a walk along the water. I decided to buy a ticket on the vaporetto (water bus) for three reasons;
1. Apparently you have to see Venice from the water;
2. Gondolas cost between 60 and 100 euros;
3. I was by myself and I ...