Grand Hotel Villa Dei Papi
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... hours looking around and still didn't see anything, since by then my interest was waning. After the Cistine Chapel everything seems to pale in comparison. I thought the works of Rafael (or is it Raphael?) on the way were impressive, but that ceiling is jaw dropping. I've no clue how someone can conceive of a work that big, let alone spend four years of their life craning their neck upward to complete it. Hats off to that guy. Even the Cistine Chapel though cannot ...
... worked our way through the audio-book history and detail of the room, and then headed towards the exits. Getting out was a feat that took us about 20 minutes, twisting and turning past all sorts of gift shops and other distractions before finally emerging in the sunlight.
We jumped on our open topped hop-on/hop-off bus and headed back to the flat. We pulled out our spoils from the market and enjoyed a glass of wine an a bit of cheese with ...
... town of Veppo to see where family members are interred.
As for the meal we shared with our family,...I could again describe the gastronomic experience that is Italy, but suffice to say my description would not do it justice. The memorable course was the lasangna; light and airy, I could have eaten a whole tray. Another special part of the meal was a drink made in a nearby town that is one of the five cities of the ...
... Ford Festiva's)
Although sadly I can already recognise the whirr (Whine?) of an approaching Ducatti over the scooters.
It is so different to Hong Kong. I love it here already.
It's laid back and busy.It's so old, with new bits everywhere.It's happy and friendly, with iron bars on the windows and triple lock on the doors. There is chaos, and noise and colour and it's brilliant.
It seems like the sort of crazy I would ...
This post isn't too long but I had 2 very exciting things happen tonight and wanted to share: 1) I had my first gelato (caramel meringue) at San Crispino. I decided after 3 weeks of hesitation that it was worth risking my life for....and it was ;) This also happened to be the place that Julia Roberts eats at in Eat Pray Love. 2) I tossed a coin in the Trevi Fountain to ensure my return to Rome! One coin means that ...