A Casa Di Penelope
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... the island to see the intriguing Blue Grotto which was spectacular. The guide told me that the cave is said to have sunk further into the sea since prehistoric times blocking out most natural light. The rays entering from an underwater cavity combine with the trickle of light from the caves only entranceway, giving the water its magical vivid-blue effect! This day would be an ...
Once we had left and were heading over the entrance bridge, Dan spotted my friend Monique. She was travelling to Rome, Poland and England with her family and we planned on catching up with them in London. Of all of the bridges in all of Rome, she wandered across the one we were on!
We found a great piazza with a street market happening. Here we stopped for lunch of filled panini rolls, fresh strawberries and banana. We headed home earlier than usual ...
... the Spanish Steps, the Keats-Shelley House is a museum dedicated to the English Romantic poets, who were spellbound by the Eternal City. 26 Piazza di Spagna is most famous for being the final dwelling place of John Keats, who died here in 1821, aged just 25. We did have time to quickly visit Keats’s bedroom which is preserved as a shrine to his tragic story and extraordinary talent. Displayed through a chain of beautiful rooms, ...
... not go inside any of the places because I just wanted to go for a walk and take pictures (plus the lines were craaaaaay). But I will one of these days. And another cool thing was that I had a dinner party near Sant'Angelo that night, so I was able to get some night shots of it all lit up. Pretty sweet stuff.
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... the fountain and proceed on to the Spanish steps.
The Spanish steps connect Piazza di Spagna with the French church Trinita dei Monti at the top of the steps. It's one of the most famous meeting places here in Rome. People come here to sit on the steps, enjoy a gelato or just converse.
After taking a few photos we decide our last stop will be at the Colosseum. We get on the Metro at the Spagna metro stop and head to ...