Leonardi Sistina Hotel
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... so I could get to sleep. And, as we discovered on our walk the next morning, there was a hospital nearby, so ambulances seemed almost constant - at least every 20 min there seemed to be an ambulance - I can still hear the siren ringing - I think I even dreamed the sirens later on in the trip...lol.
This was our airbnb - great rates, excellent spot:
... by Randal and Francesca, owners of Spannochia. Fred was able to watch the US verses Germany soccer game in the bar with several German guys. The food was wonderful and we lingered with wine, then back to one last night of good sleep at our little farm house. The drive to Rome took about three hours the next morning. We arrived at the Orto di Roma hotel on the outskirts of the old city with enough time to unload suitcases and hang up our ...
... to link the two levels of the town and it's famous for the 138 steps. It's called the Spanish steps as it's near the Spanish embassy. At the bottom of the steps is a beautiful fountain which is currently being refurbished called la bar acacia which is fed by one of the oldest aqueducts called acque Virgo. From the top of the steps you get a view of condotti street which is the most expensive street in Rome full ...
... They looked like clams (la la or pi pi known to us Asians) only a considerably smaller size. Jenessa, volunteered to be his souz chef whilst I was happy to sit on the couch trying to catch up with my blog. The dish was cooked ala vongole style, with white wine. The other details I did not quite catch but I'm sure Jenessa has picked up a thing or two about Italian cooking. Mario was very willing to share and answer the questions she had during preparation of ...
... part of her job! I will not bore you all with the art history lesson as I can’t remember most of it anyway. I’ll try to show you in the attached photos. The entire tour was FIVE HOURS; on our feet and no place to sit, even for a second. John and I had no idea that this tour was going to be 5 hours. It was crowded and in some rooms stifling hot. We didn’t eat lunch and around 3:30, it was becoming hard ...