Casa Edoardo B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we meet our chefs in a market square, we purchased all our ingredients fresh for our lunch today. We created our menu to our likes so Ravioli with ricotta and spinach, followed by chicken cacciatore with zucchini and leeks and a salad of fennel and orange finally dessert Lemon Gelato with persimmon. We has ...
... the world. The Popes have ruled the Catholic faith for 2000 years from the throne of St Peter and with only a couple of interruptions, the line lineage is practically complete. We visited first the museum where some of the most beautiful and priceless treasures of the Vatican are stored. With over 2000 years of collecting, there is some stunning things. from antiquities, to modern works of art by Dali, the Holy fathers have been a shrewd lot hoarding treasures up in their palaces. But ...
... By now in my head I had us languishing in a European jail somewhere because we would have outstayed our welcome by 3 days for heaven sake. Fortunately the mush gathered into a decent clump for a minute and I remembered the correct date – we would be in the UK by then – and I wouldn’t have to worry about being incarcerated. What a relief so he stamped our passports and we hurtled down to our departure gate and boarded ...
... over the arena..... And we think we are advanced in our sports arena. .. All this without any computers. Nearby there are numerous ruins in fact you can't drive far in Rome without seeing ruins and parts of the original wall that surrounded Rome Rome has a population of 4 million. It was originally built on 7 hills but now encompasses 14 hills. They have these roman pines with a "round" head of foliage. Later that evening we went for a walk around the area which ...
... do it. Again, more music and dancing, and friendships forging in broken languages (mostly mine) alongside a touring French group called Train Fatal.
We caught a taxi home and the weirdest part of this magical day was that we had the same driver who picked us up our first night in town, something that he said he has never seen before. It makes sense ...