A Testaccio da Max B&B
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... and were able to be very close to the Arch of Tiberius. Walked home via the Jewish Ghetto area – also interesting – although it is mainly restaurants now. The Jewish Synagogue looked like a palace however – and we didn’t want to pay to go in. I also managed to purchase a funky Roma cap for those fun times Lina always finds opportunities for. Great day – blue sky, sunny but cool. In Piazza Venezia the giant Christmas tree is up now. ...
... Jess and Claire have arrived at the airport for their flight and now have a good chance of beating us to Rome. Anyway we finally get back on the plane and an hour n a half later were in Rome. The bags took a lifetime to come out then the bus took a lifetime to the city but finally finally we made it and checked in. Claire had managed to add me to their booking so my accomm was all sorted and only costing £15 a night for a beautiful room and ...
... in the temple). From there you get a pretty good view and then they take you into the gallery of the dome which is much like the whispering galley of St. Paul's which also makes me, I can only say, **** a brick. Anyway I mostly clung to the wall as the people below did look like ants that's how high it is. Eventually I dared a look and was offered the option not go right to the top - the guide said most people were ok and as it's a once in a lifetime thing ...
... Our next destination was the Doria Pamphilj art gallery. We have no pics of this except for the lemon trees in the courtyard so I am guessing they weren't allowed. The visit is narrated by someone who grew up there and is interesting. You can pick and choose which pieced of art you want to learn more about. Rick Steves was helpful here too in not missing the major pieces such as one of the Holy Family resting on the flight to Egypt. Also, ...
... of the Piazza del Popolo. In 1605, Cardinal Scipione Borghese, nephew of Pope Paul began turning this former vineyard into the most extensive gardens built in Rome. In the 19th century the garden was remade as an English garden. The Spanish Steps lead up to this park, and there is another entrance at the Porte del Popolo by Piazza del Popolo and it is one of the greatest views over Rome. The gardens are 148 acres. Ros and ...