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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We like Tazza d'Oro, we've had it 3 years in a row and enjoyed it - especially after discovering the coffee granita con panna this time. But we go hunting for Sant'Eustachio, hiding down behind the Pantheon in a small piazza. It's less visible and more "old school" than Tazza d'Oro, but the coffee is richer, more nutty and complex, and half the espresso is rich, frothy crema. Mario REALLY enjoys it. We buy some to bring ...
At this point it was approaching noon, so the sandwiches purchased at Castroni's earlier in the morning were served for lunch, and they were very good. After lunch, Dee started cooking a pot of homemade minestrone soup, before the dynamic duo set forth once again in search of a local post office to mail Lucy’s postcards. As they walked, Dee snapped several photographs of interesting places, including the interior ...
... churches in Rome but Romulus decided Remus was a threat as he was stronger and only one of them could be king so he killed him. The churches look very similar on the outside. We went inside the pantheon which is a 2000 year old temple, now a church. The dome is what makes this church unusual, it has a m*********** in the top which means that rain, snow etc will fall into the church but it also means there is a lot of light. It's opening is called the oculus and it's a ...
... windows with plants and herbs hanging on the ledge, a man singing and playing smooth Italian Jazz music and fruit stores and cute little cobblestone lane ways that lead to other places.
We walked right to the top of the town where there was a incredibly beautiful Basilica that overlooked the town below. After all christianity and religion really blossomed from Europe.
Freya, Lizzy, Alyce and I went walking around and found this cute little ...
... the square (which is round...), and when we got out later it was all the way around, and starting to twist and turn... SOooo long. Anyways, at first I was a bit afraid since I forgot to wear my jeans and I was in shorts, but since they were below my knees I was ok! We walked in towards the basillica (with impressively massive pillars and sculptures everywhere you looked), and immediately ...