San Michele a Porta Pia Bed & Breakfast
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... to be"....can't wait to see that!
When we were finally dropped off on the cobblestone street of Piazza Ferenze, we were told that our flat was just down "there" 100 feet and to the left. Now those directions really create a sense of confidence when you are standing in the dark in the middle of a square with a bunch of Italians speaking a language you don't understand. However, following the directions we were given, we came to our rented flat....right next ...
... craziest museum that I have ever been in. It is ginormous and once you go in you are practically sucked into the place until you reach the Sistine Chapel which very easily takes about 4 hours.
The museum spans a very wide scope from Egyptian collection to very modern art. There is a whole hallway covered with the most beautiful wall and ceiling paintings and then a room just dedicated to old maps. There were also several old tapestries as well as a hallway of old ...
So today my italian class joined the food & culture students for an italian cooking lesson!
Here was our menu that we prepared:
1. Appetizer: Zuppa (soup) - leeks cooked in butter, pumpkin, kale, potato.. AMAZING
2. First Course: Carvatelli shaped pasta with artichokes and pork
3. Second Course: Chicken with peppers
4. Side dish: Roman broccoli
5. Dessert: Italian tarts with homemade jam
... Pamela had to stop a couple of times just to get her breathe. When we made it to the too we found the Basilica Di San Pietro in Vincoli. We were told to go in here as they had so,e good art. Well the art included none other than a statue of Moses by Michelangelo. A very nice statue, not as good as the David but very nice. They have a relic in the chapel that they say is St Peter's chains. Whether they are or not, just saying they are bring people to the church which ...
... accented Italian phone call at 1am Australian time, leaving a message that she could not understand at a place she could not understand! To cut a long story short, by midnight last night, with the help of Rachel, Mary G, the tour director and receptionist at the hotel - and prayers of many - we are now on the flight to Finland, passport in hand! We appreciated the compassion, support and offer of financial assistance from other travellers on our ...