The Home in Rome Kosher Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was quite interesting. It seems like the capuchins were an offshoot of catholics but they seemed the opposite in a way. They are all about being poor themselves and helping the poor, whilst it seems to me Catholics are all about big, impressive golden churches. Anyway after walking through the museum we arrived to the crypt. The story behind the crypt is that some unknown priest at some point decided to decorate it using the bones of dead monks. There are ...
... Today was a great day, it was one of the hottest we have had at about 80 degrees! I haven't mentioned it but we have eaten Gellato in every city sometimes more than once! Tonight I had my absolute favorite which was banana! It tasted like banana pudding and we will be going back to get more tomorrow! Jason had a nugget flavor yesterday that he really liked as well! Tomorrow is Colosseum day and all the ...
... money exchange, ATM visit and bus trip into the city, we climbed what seemed like a billion steps and checked in at The Anthony B&B. The boys are stating there and all of us ladies have a pretty sweet apartment. We freshened up, unpacked and went to experience our first pizza of Rome at Pinsiere. It was pretty good:) We then walked around a bit, visited the Baths of Diocletian, had some very pricy gelato, hit the super market and headed back to the B&B for some much ...
... building. That is because every building of interest we have visited for the last 2 weeks has had scaffolding on them!! Not cool... Another note I'd like to make is the title of the blog today. Because we got in quite late last night, we didn't want to continuously flush the fog horn toilet, Pete was the last to go. As he lay sprawled on the bed, the neighbours came home, so we hurried him out to flush the toilet before they went in the bathroom! We didn't expect them to be home after ...
... different sized) flexible chopping boards at Bodum (kitchen store) a few doors down from the market. I figured I could use the largest one here and leave it behind; same with the other two in the next two cities—ha! They had knives too if I wanted to spend 40-70 Euro!!
If the spaghetti sauce is edible it will be in spite of the cook! I got a simple recipe off the internet (see below). Aside from my very limited cooking ...