L'Isola di Rosa
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- Hot tub
- Indoor pool
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... think that he may have been carrying the family tradition and throwing one his sisters way occasionally. Luckily non of his DNA was on our dinner. Most of the talk after dinner was reflecting about the trip, how much we loved it and how much of the world we still need to see. Tomorrow is sleep in day and then off for some last minute shopping before packing the bags for home. I cannot give my beautiful wife Tina a big enough wrap for how well she has organised this ...
... facing each other and the altar. Soon, the Cardinal who had said Mass came in wearing his civvies (Black soutane with Crimson piping and a crimson skull cap) and sat in the front seat to enjoy the music celebrating the 12 month anniversary of the death of the former choirmaster. The choirs had been breathtaking during mass and without any accompaniment, sang in about six part harmonies from the youngest boys to the deepest bass. You could hear one voice begin at times and ...
... are mainly squared-shaped and are divided into two or three floors. At the low ground there is the kitchen, the breakfast nook and the toilet. At the next floors there are the bedrooms. An ancient legend states that fishermen painted their houses night colours to see them from long distance when they were far away for fishing. Lunch was at a local restaurant consisting of a range of risotto, pasta, fish, salad and plenty of wine! Didn't rate the food though. After ...
... They wear side arms in common. Craig has come up with a new curse, "may a tourist group always be in your path." About the only bird in Rome is the pigeon, and we think it's because there are so many of them that there is no room for any other bird. We'd wondered about the tax aspect of all the cash transactions done, including with us. We note that street vendors at times give receipts for a lower value and one today asked if he could give a receipt for half the value of ...
... think everything here is really big. The heat was quite a challenge at the start but is now bearable, but we are drinking a lot of juice and coke in a day. Jimbo drank 2L of soft drinks yesterday! An interesting thing about Rome is that the pedestrian crossings seem to be optional for drivers. Even as you're walking across one, there is a high risk of death from a car or motorbike screaming towards you, only to swerve around you at the last moment! ...