Casa Vacanze Chiro
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... make my wish :-(. Most of the major monuments in Rome seemed to be covered in scaffolding during our visit. The next morning we were leaving to go pick up the car from the airport when the owner of the hotel/B&B turned up. Dad Davidson was in the kitchen having some breakfast while we were just stuffing the last of our stuff away. Now Dad Davidson and Sonya were meant to be staying in a hotel not far from us but the person running it had given them a double bed instead ...
... the Carmelite priests from the 1650's until 1954, when it was closed. They simply closed the doors and left everything in there. Wow - it was like stepping back in time. Sadly we weren't allowed to take photos in there, but it was an unbelievable place.
The night ended with a visit to a traditional gelataria. We savoured mango and pineapple with ginger gelato and dark chocolate with mint. What a way to end the night. It was good to walk home, as we need to digest our food before ...
... after our shopping expedition we arrive in Roma ready for our walking tour around the city where we get to view such monuments as the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon and the Victor Emmanuel Building these were all absolutely incredible, so much history. We learnt that the memorial statue of Victor Emmanuel at the building had a moustache stretching 1 meter on either side, woah!! As ...
... behind this specific church and gave us the motion to drink the water. The story behind it was that there is a well in the corner, where the water was taken from, and at one point a reflection of Virgin Mary appeared in the well. There was more to the story, but most of the stories were in Italian and not translated. It was getting dark out so we headed to the Colosseum. We got there just in time and got some awesome pictures of the Colosseum with the sunsetting. The lighting ...
... have to make a visit of your own. J I used a Rick Steve’s recommendation and went to a restaurant a block away from my Hotel called Ristorante Il Gabriello. It was a bit of a splurge, but the mushroom salad 'with Rocket’ – apparently, the English term for arugula – the mostaccioli carbonara and lamb cacciatore were worth it. Plus, I learned that cacciatore has nothing to do with a tomato-based sauce, as there was not a speck of it on my ...