This is my fourth visit in Rome. The first time we stayed near the coliseum, the second in the Borgo Pio, and the third near the Piazza Farnese. This time we're staying on via bianchi nuvoi which is part of a string of streets which runs from the Piazza Navona to the Ponte Sant'Angelo. I don't believe I had ever been in this area much before we arrived last week. Pity!
This is a beautiful street of Renaissance and Baroque pallazi (what is the plural of pallazzo anyway?) turned into apartments, shops, and restaurants. Our huge apartment is located in a 16th century palazzo with some of the original wooden ceilings and frescoes still exposed.
Today because I wasn't feeling 100 % we just took some time wandering around the neighbourhood. These shots will give you a sense of the neighbourhood . . .
Can you see why I am really growing attached to this area of Rome?