Travel Blogs from Bracciano
... strolling around the medieval streets and a cappuccino in the main square watching the world go by before getting the transport back to camp where we had new neighbours - a couple from Milan with their teenage daughter. Later that evening, they invited us to have a drink with them when we chatted as best we could in a mix of English and the odd bit of Italian. Sunday - for our last full day we drove to Gubbio (recommended by our neighbour) - claiming to be a beautiful medieval ...
... stół i krzesła i opalalismy sie nad jeziorem z lampką wina. (Cóż, nie sądzicie, ze spędzamy caly swój czas na pisanie tego, co?).
Kolacja znowu zjedlismy na zewnatrz, bo jest przyjemniej, mamy pieczonego kurczaka, domowa sałatke ziemniaczana i świeża zielona surowke z dodatkiem oliwy z oliwek, popijalismy kieliszkiem lokalnego wina. Yummy!
Jutro zlapiemy pociąg do Rzymu, nie mogę się doczekać! x
... were these some cruel jokes by GF bloggers???!!
Now I'm in survival mode and will kill anyone in my way. I consult my
map and find an area with two more restaurants. Its 2:30 and I haven't
eaten since 8:00. I think that's a record. Anyway, I go to first place
and they think I'm crazy. I go to second (sort of close to tears) and
this ANGEL of a man appears. Takes my hand and says he will get me
"anything gluten free I could ever want" ...
... tiers; and the highest tiers, which were wooden and not marble, were given to slaves, foreigners, and women.
While waiting for the games to start, people would eat and drink (archeologists have found remains of nuts, raisins, and cookstoves), or play games of chance (dice, knucklebones), or maybe draw some graffiti on the seats (of the gladiators, naturally). Then, when the games began, the animals and gladiators would enter the Colosseum through trap doors in ...
... since it was dusk so I quickly found my way back to the bridge and went back to the other side which is a big square and felt very friendly for dinner. But I did get a few pictures before I left. There are many pictures and hopefully they give those who have not been there some idea of what the Vatican is like.