Piccolo Principe B&B
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... monumental trees, wetland plants and so much more.
There was a garden for blind people, where every plant can be identified by smell or texture - every plant is labelled in Braille.
It was peaceful and so amazing to be an oasis so close to the CBD. There were a fewe school groups playing and checking out a huge tropical and monumental ...
"And since birth I've been cursed with this curse to just curse
And just blurt this berserk and bizarre **** that works
And it sells and it helps in itself to relieve
All this tension dispensing these sentences
Getting this stress that's been eating me recently off of this chest
And I rest again peacefully..."
Romance isn't dead; it just needs a little inspiration.
When it came to asking the girl I wanted to marry the ultimate question, I wanted two things to be just right. Firstly, I wanted to do it in a fashion where the odds of a positive response were greatly stacked in my favour. To do this, it would have to be something special. Secondly, I wanted to ensure the proposal was memorable and personal to us, so that ...
... Lol! So, my cousin, had booked me her driver from work to take us to the train station. Had to be on the street at 7:30 a.m. Ok...quit laughing. I was down and ready to go on time. But, no driver! Had to call a cab. We were a bit nervous we would miss our train. Got there in the nick of time! One hour train ride to Naples. Well...that is if all goes well. Nope...train stops and conductor says we will be one ...
... Lovely little courtyard too. Walking back we found ourselves on a very quiet street. We like this part of Rome! We happened upon signs for a monastery and decided, why not? What a great find!
We ended up at the Augustinian Monastery which was very quaint. No one there. The best part was this little chapel. We had to wait until 5 to ring the bell for the nuns to let us in. Several couples joined us. It was well worth the ...