Agriturismo Borgo di Tragliata
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... we went back to the hotel.
That night we couldn't leave Rome without partaking of a genuine pizza, so at the end of our street we trooped into Ciro Pizza, on the Via della Mercede. As we waited for our order to be taken, I loved the way the meal was served exuberantly to each customer - as if it was a great occasion! We each ordered a pizza for one - but when they arrived they were enormous. They were so delicious, it was impossible not to eat the whole pizza.
... was painted from floor to ceiling and had some really great pieces. The guide told us about how the famous painting on the ceiling of God touching Adams finger is God giving Adam the power to 'think'. He pointed out how God is surrounded by angels and that together they form the shape of a brain therefore symbolizing thinking. Although he spoke really quite fast and it is impossible to take it all in we got a lot from Luigi. A lot more than if we had come by ourselves. In ...
... to the rooms dedicated to animal sculpture, and then down to see the ratification frescos, coffins and paintings before getting into the long beautiful hallway of the map rooms. The walls, decorated in maps showed a time when Italy was not just the boot but extended up to Switzerland and out to Croatia, the cities of old painted on the walls alongside sea monsters and fantastic animals of myths and legends. Angels and ...
... where ever she felt like going, for about 3 months. She made friends along the way, stayed at hostels; it sounded quite exciting!
Finally, Sharon and Robert came down for breakfast. I sat with them while they ate and we made plans to meet for dinner in one week when they return from their cruise. They are staying one night at a hotel near the Termini train station before they fly home. I'm happy that I’ll get to see them soon, hear about their cruise experience, ...
This morning found us up at 6am, finished with breakfast by 7:30 and off the ship by 8am sharp to meet our new guide, Luca. He was quite talkative and got us right into Rome by 9am to start our tour of the many historical sites the city has to offer. Luca suggested we start our day at St. Peter's Square. since this is Sunday, the Sistine Chapel is closed, as is the Vatican Museum but the Basilica is open and visitors aplenty were already lined ...