La Piccola Maison
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... watched a documentary about the history of Rome certainly helped enable them to imagine what life was like in Ancient times, as well as in the early years of Christianity and during the Renaissance. Also likely to remain in our memories for a while when we look back on our time in Rome will be the crowds of people, the street hawkers desperate to sell their wares, the beggars, the bad apartment television reception and local TV shows, the ...
... that in Perth) before trying to get the metro back to the hotel. There was so many people jam packed into a tunnel, slowly edging their way to the escalators which would take us further down into the depths of the earth that I got frightened and bailed out. it was so incredibly clostrophobic, I just couldn't do it. Sadly that meant I had to start walking again. My legs were so tired I was stumbling but...alas i'm back and exhausted.
... buy onion powder, and that the fresh basil I bought 2 days ago was no longer fresh (is that normal, or was it already old when I bought it?). I read quite a bit, and watched a little Italian TV. Just a note (rant) about the TV shows available here at the apartment: I have hundreds of channels, and not a single one is in English. I realize that I am in Italy (hence, the Italian!), but I really miss TV (I can't even watch American programs online because they’re ...
While it was tough to leave the Amalfi coast, it was not hard leaving Guantanamo Bay. Although we are slightly exaggerating how bad it was,we were really excited to head to Italy's capital, Roma. After a very quick train ride we got to the main train station and found our Bed and Breakfast pretty easily. We only had 24 hours to conquer Rome and while everyone told us we'd never get through the sites, we sure ...
... building is also the home of the unknown solider, so is guarded 24/7.
We visited most of the squares here which almost all had fountains or some kind of grand statue. The squares we visited were, Piazza di Spagna, Piazza Navona and Piazza del Popolo.
Piazza Navona was filled with Christmas markets, so we spent a bit of time here, mostly eating treats! Piazza di Spagna is the square where the Spanish steps are located. These are the widest steps in Europe!