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... around the building by one of the many tour companies offering such things, and it was well worth it. our guide provided loads of info about the Pantheon and had a real love for the history of Rome and its architecture as well. The highlight of our Roman Holiday so far!
We now had the task of walking back to our hotel - across the city and through a maze of streets. We walked for miles but walking through Rome is a sheer joy and a pleasure. Its so beautiful! ...
Well, the Canonization is almost here. The excitement is like a fever, it's growing everywhere.
there are huge numbers of very happy people from everywhere, all shapes, sizes, colors. They
are coming in huge busses, about 2000 busses. They get off the busses with back packs, sleeping bags, food,, water and start shopping in every store. It looks as though many will sleep on the streets, the curbs, ...
Our last night in Florence and we decided to take an evening walk around the old town. It was much better by night, most of the tourists had left and all the major buildings were lit up, highlighting the shadows and contours of these magnificent buildings. Being the cultural Ambassadors from Wales, we opt for kebab & chips to finish the evening.
Up early, breakfast, shower and the hassle of packing up again....then check to see ...
... and I thought it was quite good, as was the lovely cup of tea I had at the cafeteria, the first I’d had since leaving home. I liked the bust of Hippocrates, he seems like a crusty old bugger who had his
head screwed on! Funny what impressions you get from a piece of sculpture!
We wandered along the bank of the Tiber, which at this point is about the size of the
Clarence at Copmanhurst, and it was a bit surprising to see ...
... rendered buildings. A contrast of smoothness and grittiness under my fingertips that is only interrupted by the lush dense foliage that clings to the walls in a typical warm Italiano embrace. Its a warmth and kinship that is felt everywhere I go in Rome. "Bonjourno" or "Ciao Senorita" is heard up and down the streets with sincere sound of welcome. They maybe trying to entice me to buy one of their many souvenir trinkets or lure me into a cafeteria or resturante with the smell ...