Not long ago Piazza Navona used to be the playground for centre-city kids. In the mornings it would be full of mothers and babies in pushchairs (plus grandmothers and English au-pairs); in the afternoon it was full of school-age children riding their bikes or kicking footballs. There was a bike rental shop, which has now become a restaurant; there was a little slope in front of the Brazilian embassy which was good for a fast downhill pedal into the square, made even more daring because the embassy
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Live in the beautiful downtown area of Trastevere, where there are great restaurants, nightlife, shopping and always something going on! Newly restored delicious bright apartment,...
Kids Can is seeking hard working, fun loving and above all qualified teachers for their Kids and Teen residential Summer camps. All candidates must be native mother-tongue English...