Relais Fontana di Trevi
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morning,after short bus sightseeing. Cold winter not much people. First place. Excited. Throw coins and have fun. 吃栗子 share. Enjoy!
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... Sardinian theme, with a focus on fish and seafood, and the owner is Sardinian. He was great – gave us free samples of a Sardinian cheese and a digestive – and made us feel very welcome! It worked – we’ve been back twice!
Being first-timers in Rome, we wanted to see all the "sights"! First stop was the Coliseum, followed by the Forum. We’ve seen Roman remains in other countries but this ...
No rush to get up today, as the first item on the agenda is the arrival of some friends, who are booked in to stay in the same B&B with us for our last two days. Suzanne hails from The Netherlands, and we met her when she was doing postgrad study in the Computer Science department for a couple of years just prior to the earthquake. Now she lives in The Netherlands again, and as we have neglected to include that in our itinerary she and her partner Marco ...
... follow them. So glad I did. Up the main avenue leading to St Paul's was a procession of people all in period costume, including a large contingent from Venice dressed in the beautiful masked gowns of Carnivale. I think it must have been the official end of the days of Christmas. They all processed into the courtyard in from of the cathedral, where a huge waiting crowd cheered their arrival. I skirted around to find a better vantage point and then realized the crowd ...
... inconspicuous wall with her long flowy skirt. Eventually we got it all figured it out. Finally we made it into the chapel which was packed like a can of sardines. Not to mention it smelled like it too. We stayed for about thirty minutes until we couldn't take it anymore! We ditched the tour and found a pizzeria to have a slice and relax. After that we wandered down streets shopping. This nice lady stopped and ...
... to get in, get off at hotel and finish packaging and rest until 5pm when the car transfer comes. It now starts to rain and thunder so we decided at 4.30 to go down to the reception and ask them to call the car early as when it rains in Roma everyone goes mad and the roads are more hectic than ever. Pete goes down and the driver is already there just waiting until 5pm so we get our bags, pay the bill and are on our ...