Dolce Vita Residence
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... like teenagers. We saw a gaggle of those guys who paint themselves with silver, wear masks and stand really still in a public square hoping for spare change taking a smoke break, maskless in an alley. We saw a fake gladiator exchanging words with a real nun then he stepped aside to make a call on his cell phone. We seriously considered buying a hot young priests of Rome calendar. We saw our first Michaelangelo today in a church that is currently dedicated to Mary, but used ...
... friendly train system we can easily travel across the country to follow a whim, or the good weather. This is our journal of the trip. It will contain stuff which is boring for some (OK, boring for everyone!) such as details of our equipment and about carrying our bikes etc. I will provide headings to make it easy for you to skip these bits. OUR BICYCLES AND BAGS We take our own well travelled Cannondale T2000 touring bikes, in excellent EVOC bags, which ...
... and like Vietnam again.
We tried to find the metro station but instead ended up walking towards Castel Sant’Angelo. We didn’t go inside but walked around it and across the bridge and got some great photos. It made me think of the movie 'Angels and Demons’ as this was the church at the end of the path of illumination and had the angel with arrow pointing downward. Bit of illuminati suspicion here.
We stopped for a coffee at a café across ...
... we popped into the best gelato shop in Rome (according to the guidebook) and it was a tiny shop front with no gelato on show. I had raspberry and hazelnut and it was delicious. Then off again along the road to find Piazza Navona. We got there just on dusk and all the artist were set up and there are street performers and more men selling pashminas. All the churches here will not let you in if you have bare shoulder and are showing your knees. They wrap you up (see ...
... Crypts. We weren't allowed to take pictures so I found some on the Internet to show you what we saw. The Catacombs were an ancient burial ground for Christians in 300AD. It was an underground cemetery if you wish and had an eerie yet holy quality about it. There weren't any remains left as many tourist wanted to take some bones home (gross) back in the day so they moved them to a lower area that is off limits. There is apparently over 50km of underground vaults ...