Trastevere Casa Luva
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... we were bus travelers, and soon, we would be Metro travelers... The Metro, apparently went straight to St Peters Square. The problem though was that we needed a ticket ! Damn.. Guess we better figure out how to do that., so in broken Italian, I discovered all we had to do was go to a Tabbachi and get one. Seems the tobacco sellers sell all the tickets as well as tobacco. That's a trend throughout the whole of Italy. You even buy parking tickets at the Tabbachi. Armed with our one ...
... I can't believe the way they drive here. It makes Vietnam look restrained. We walked around the colosseum and then around various other ruins and then headed back to the hotel as we had walking zombies for children. After a little rest, we went to find dinner and Emma did some research for the best restaurant nearby. Of course being democratic, not all members of the party wanted to go to the place that looked like someone's home and ...
... of Christendom". In Roman Catholic tradition, the basilica is the burial site of its namesake Saint Peter, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus and, also according to tradition, the first Bishop of Rome and therefore first in the line of the papal succession. Tradition and some historical evidence hold that Saint Peter's tomb is directly below the altar of the basilica. For this reason, many Popes have been interred at St. Peter's since the Early Christian period. There ...
... last day in Rome. And our plans have changed again. After
flying from Abu Dhabi to Istanbul and then to Rome, we've decided that
flying around isn't our cup of tea. So, we've decided to hire a car for
the next two weeks and spend the time touring the length and breadth of
Italy. Starting from Rome we plan to drive down to Sorrento,
along the Amalfi coast across to Lecce, ...
... guy but she doesn't. It is now 1350 and there is a possibility the guy may not be there if we don't find it close to 1400 time. We decide to race back to Via Alba and try again. There is a guy getting out of a car, no English and does not know the BNB or via Mortaro as I have now written it all down to show people. A little further up a guy is about to get into his car so I ask if he is Francesco as it is now 1400 and it could be him leaving. No. I ask if he knows BNB, no!. ...
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