Trevi B&B Roma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... dogged tourists at every turn, peddling bottled water and hats. We stopped at Castel Sant-Angelo, then visited the Basicila di Santa Maria Maggiore, a few steps from our hotel.
Butch and Lynne were tired when they arrived but seemed to have weathered the trip better than we did! We had dinner outside at a restaurant that we had chosen in our tours of the area around the hotel. Our server was Olivia, a real spitfire. She spoke enough English to "get" Butch's jokes, and ...
... pasta). Those of us who live in Prati decided to make a couple detours to some sites like the Piazza Nova and the Vatican. It's insane how close I live to the Vatican!! Literally a five-minute walk. Just insane.
Anyways, not much else on my end! The weekend is coming though and you can bet I'll be up to something!
Ci Vediamo mi amoris!
... catch the sunset. Unfortunately we missed it as we were exploring the Pantheon and its surroundings. Eventually we made it piazza Navona, although we were more interested in the flower arrangements on the balconies and the amazing artwork being displayed in the piazza than the fountains. From here well, lets just say we had some fun... Our internal GPS' had gone on strike and we literally walked ALL OVER ROME! We found some really neat little places but after walking for ...
... of 6 seats each. The trip took about an hour and 20. We must have been going pretty fast as my ears kept popping. Once at Orvieto I caught the Furnicular railway up the hill.
Orvieto is a hill top walled medieval village in Umbria. It sits 1000 ft above the valley below and was a regional power in the Middle Ages, as well as a major Etruscan city. The cathederal was built in 1330 and has one of the brightest facades I ...
... watching, and had a very good first meal at Caffeterria Tudini (pictures included). To our suprise they offered a gluten free noodle so we took them up on it, as good as ours at home.
We have had no problem with the language, many people speak some variance of english and we are working on our Italian. Between the two we are getting by.