Flaminio Village Bungalow Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... night is a good night for music, because in the church there was beautiful organ music playing. We stayed in there for a while and then headed out into the piazza where a new street performer was setting up. We were intrigued by the various things she had set up so we stayed to watch, and glad we did! She twirled around ropes of fire and then breathed fire! Just the feel of the piazza at night was so incredible. It doesn’t have the normal daytime feel ...
I have been letting my girls to most the blogging. But I have to say that last night's food tour was superb. Nancy Z and Denise, you must do this. Elizabeth, Rome is so beautiful. You would love it. Perhaps not as much as Paris, but Rome is incredible. The people, the food, the history, the sites. Incredible. The food tour started in a small place on the other side of the river in Rome. It's a very quaint area of Rome. We had a very small ...
... wine. So we have couple of days to chill out before we start our next tour. Had a little sleep in, the head off too a open bus tour of all of Rome, that takes couple of hours, 32 degrees but got the 50 plus sunscreen on. We get off at Trevi Fountain, throw the coins in, take happy snaps and think its been awhile since we have eaten, best we eat ...again....lol. We find a cute restaurant called " Baccano" have Greek Salad, Chicken Caesar Salad and plate ...
... to investigate Saint Peter's Square (actually an oval) and Saint Peter's Basilica (whose remains were hidden in the 3rd century at the catacombs that we hade visited in the morning). We did not know what to expect other than possibly of thousands of people doing the same. Entry to the Basilica and the Square is free but you still need to line up for security scans. Luckily, the line was moving along quite quickly and within 15 minutes or so we ...
... you enter the Vatican and hold on tight to it, lest those pick-pockets snatch it away!
Jeed took lots of great photos. I looked after the kids who were quite curious about all the various tombs of the dead popes and were wondering whether the water that they used to fill up their water bottles in the Piazza was holy or not. Stewart was testing it on Selma. He has a theory about Selma. He may be onto ...