Tre R Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... even at full recline creating minimal sleep and neck related musculoskeletal issues
- Floor; so far the winner with the addition of two camping mattresses creates the best option thus far
Even with these, she still seems most comfortable napping on the couch between destinations.
We had set aside three days to explore Rome. From the campsite it was a relatively painless journey on a bus, then metro into ...
... in St. Peter's Square for tea. We found somewhere to eat down one of the side streets and had saltimbocco and Margarita pizza - rather disappointing. During our walk we came across several Pinnocchio shops and had a few laughs getting these ...
... Jesus Christ. I didn't take any photos today but John took heaps. After a short rest we went out for dinner at an Itallian restaurant. Beautiful food. Another early start tomorrow as off to Florence. Only 7 days left. I could stay here forever it is magic. Don't know how I would cope with the crowds though. Hope all is ok at home. Love to all Judith and ...
... working (I know they weren’t labourers
as they were cute and very pretty and about University age, oh yes, and they frequently had little trowels hanging out of the back pockets of their jeans)! The excavations revealed what can only have been an amazing place to live a couple of thousand years ago. I noticed baths, foundations like we’d use today and catacombs amongst the landmark arches, columns and other structures. A temple to ...
... Palantine hill, past the Circus Maximus. This gave us yet another view of the Forum. We stopped just before the Ponte Palatino to see the Temples of Ercole Vincitore and Portunus, then walked across the street to the Piazza della Bocca Veritas and its famous grotto. According to legend, the oracle in the grotto served as an ancient "lie detector". Anyone who puts their hands into its mouth and tells a lie will be punished, while ...