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... had yet to visit. As rail travel is a major operation in Italy, it was large, busy and colorful! The National museum holds a large collection of mosaics and frescos saved and then restored from major villas in Rome - quite impressive, as the pictures show.
We returned to the hotel for little rest before going to dinner at a restaurant that Shelley and Dan had recommended called Nino. It was a nice 15 minute ...
Main article: Catacombs of Rome
Rome has extensive amount of ancient catacombs, or underground burial places under or near the city, of which there ...
... meet our group, Morgan, Natalie and Lauren made a quick visit to the bone church. They thought it was really cool.
We went to dinner and had lasagne, Devon had gluten free pasta - she said it was fantastic.
After dinner we walked up to Borghese Gardens and had a final last look at the city of Rome. We took the opportunity to take photos and just enjoy a pleasant evening in the park.
... bridge which takes you to the Island (insula Tiberina) where there is a sanatorium. They built it on the island to isolate the sick from the Romans.
We then turned and wandered up to the Jewish Quarter past some shops and went to an area which stems back to 1468. The house at #1 is an ancient Roman building now housing an all-female bakery producing traditional Jewish breads, pastries and cakes. The food shops are all Kosher for the ...
... being a pile of stones. But it looked interesting as you walk down the mountain into the valley which has a waterfall and river then across this up the other side to the villa. Yes, we can handle this, and so we started out. Yes when we got a little way down the track the skies opened up and poured. Even though we had rain jackets we still got wet , shoes, socks trousers and places on our inner jackets where water came through our jackets. On top ...