Casa Tra Noi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I could only imagine 3 or 4, now I'm up to 25 or 30!), and lovely fresh loins of pork from which the butcher carved 2 scrumptious pork chops for tonight's dinner. He spinkled them with fennel. Oh my, a new favorite spice for me!
On our way to the museum, we popped into a beautiful "little" church, as we often do, just to take a peek. All the churches we have seen are beautiful, but this one left me almost breathless. I took a photo of the ceiling that we are going ...
... her hand in my bag! Staying safe on the road is another matter. The advice is to get behind a Roman when you want to cross the road, but even that seems hazardous. Even using pedestrian crossings with lights is not safe because apparently bicycles and motor bikes go through red lights with impunity, weaving their way between the pedestrians - it doesn't pay to hesitate! Then we have the internal confusion about which way to look because the traffic is ...
... for the newly elected President Mattarella and up to the baroque churches of Borromini and Bernini. Bad luck, Quadro Fontana church was closed so we'll go back, and Santa M della Vittoria had scaffolding all over Bernini's sculpture of the ' ecstasy of St. Teresa' but the curved and heavily decorated church is pretty and small and worth a return visit. Came home in dark and ...
... in 210 AD to 500,000 in 273 to 35,000 after the Gothic War, reducing the sprawling city to groups of inhabited buildings interspersed among large areas of ruins, vegetation, vineyards and ...
... same (as in Australia) unless you order a cafe macchiato. Otherwise you end up with a large glass of cold milk with a splash of coffee! Lesson learned! We walked towards the Castel de Angelo, browsing street stalls on the way, only to find about 600 people in the queue. Deciding that we would go another day as it was too hot to stand in the fun for 2 hours, we wandered around the outside moats and stopped for pizza and beer for lunch.
Jumping onto a bus, ...