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Travel Blogs from Rome
... and affogato (which was not bad at all). Ben seems determined to make this trip his very own gelati tour of Europe - he's pretty focussed. As we walked past some sleeping backpackers, he asked what was wrong, and James said they were sleeping. His reply "no they're not sleeping, they're dead Daddy. Um, can we get some ice cream now please?"
St Peter's Square was packed with people, but had a reverence about ...
... than a church, with statues, sculptures and paintings adorning every square inch of the world's biggest Christian church. Strolled back along the river Tiber, enjoying a rare morning by myself! Spent the afternoon on a final wander through the city revisiting several icons including the Pantheon and our favourite area of ruins the Area Sacra, about an acre of preserved Roman ruins bang in the middle of the city which is used as ...
... resort also.
Paris is ,I think even worse on this register, because less cheap accommodation in Paris than Rome. At
my hostel, a recent address, I only pays 10 euros per night, in a
dorm room of 6 beds with shower.plus 2 euros per night and per
person taxes established by the municipality of Rome since January 2011.
staff was really friendly, the hostel stands in a large apartment with 3
rooms to sleep, 2 bathrooms, a large terrace, a ...
Rome is hot!! I don't know what the official temperatures are, but well into the 30s I would say. But,we work around that. We walk on the shady side of the street, we stop often and we drink heaps.Churches are cool and quiet and a good place to stop and rest weary feet while taking in the beauty of the frescos and statues surrounding us. There are numerous fountains in Rome where our water bottles are ...
So I am going to write about last weekend and this week in order to semi catch up on my posts.
On Tuesday I took a mini cooking class in the basement of our school. The man who taught us is from the city of Orvieto, Italy and he is a profession chef. We got to make homemade pesto pasta and chocolate mousse. For the mousse, we got to make whipped cream to put on top too. To make it, we literally just stirred cream until ...