Sam Rooms Guesthouse
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... the bottles of wine consumed that night - they are older and should be in charge! Aperitivo turned into a dance party at a speakeasy style bar lead by Leonardo, then a nightcap on my terrace with cheese and deep convo. Turns out Marilyn used to be a PI and had some incredible and frightening stories from her days fulfilling her dream of being one of Charlie’s Angels.
... Passeggiata Gianicolo, which winds its way gradually down the hill, we paused at several viewing stations, each of which giving a slightly different perspective of the city spread out beneath us. The clear, blue skies made it possible to see portions of the central Apennine mountain range on the eastern horizon. As we descended further, the dome of St. Peter's became visible, and we proceeded on a 4-kilometer hike back to Prati and our apartment.
... drag. We had to use some extra Euros and Pamela headed straight for Zara. We walked around and bought the children something each and even bought something for little Marco (the baby but not his real name, just something that Pamela has been calling him). We then headed to a little Traditional Roman restaurant that we were recommended. We both ordered Pasta which was nice. I had veal covered with prosciutto next in a soup like mixture. Not too bad. I then had ...
... first day how to flip it back on—she also said I shouldn't have any problems. Just the fact that she showed me probably indicates that other people have had this problem! More rain forecast for tomorrow but I am determined to get out and about in spite of it! I didn't take any photos today so here's some I took earlier of interesting streets, sidewalks, and floors in ...
As part of the Forum the tour also includes the Palatine hill. This is also the site of some massive Roman buildings which were the residences of Emperors. From the top we had a great view of the surrounding areas of Rome including the Circo Maximus, which was the oval track used for chariot racing.
Having enjoyed the Forum during the first part of the day we caught the open topped bus round to St Peter's church. Here we joined ...