Agriturismo Borgo di Tragliata
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... And by the fountain. Just relaxed. It was lovely. Then, onto the Pantheon. I got lost. Several times. Funny thing was, I recognised the way in the end from when we walked here last year. How amazing is that? No short term memory loss for me. And it was great to see things I recognised! The Pantheon is simply stunning. It is the most extraordinary and best ancient preserved building in Rome. ( I may not have Internet but I have a brochure!) ...
... their kids, Amelia 14 and Isaac 7 ( Darwin); Wendy and her grandson Jacob ( from Ontario in Canada) It was nice and relaxed, we strolled into town found a place to eat, sat, shared stories, drank and then found a much needed supermarket to stock up on snacks, fruit and other supplies (note: we haven't been near a supermarket since we got to rome 4 days ago so we have been spending a fortune on water and snacks!! We strolled home and fell into bed, ...
... it's alive".
I first visited Rome when I was barely out of my teens and took little more than a camera and bottle opener. I didn't have any money - in those days if students were allocated an allowance it wouldn't buy a hamburger. But I scraped enough together to get to Europe and was able to stretch the money out by regularly sleeping on the trains, walking everywhere and eating veal hammered so thin that it could hardly support the single leaf ...
... pictures really cannot capture. Each ceiling was so intricately carved and painted that there is no way my pictures do it any kind of justice. And when we reached the inside of the Sistine's chapel, we weren't allowed to take pictures. I'm not too upset about it, for one it is a holy place, and for two there is absolutely no way I could show the elaborate paintings that cover the ceiling and walls. It's overwhelming really. Every direction in the chapel ...
... experience was an allegory for purgatory, which I had survived, and made it to Heaven.
For at that moment, I had a holy vision. Some people see Jesus in a grilled cheese sandwich; I saw a bar at the top of St Peter's. A bar. You know what that means? Glasses. Glasses of water. There is a freaking bar at the top of the holy of holies. And...the prices are pretty affordable, considering. I ran in, got a huge 2 euro Coke and then kept ...