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... Many of the places that we've visited in Italy may not be representative, but most are in need of a good litter pick and perhaps they might also consider banning spray paint. Didn't stay long. Next on our list is Cerveteri which is famous for an Etruscan necropolis dating back to 900BC. First we needed some food and drink and came across a beautiful square with two bar/restaurants. Sue had carbonara and I had squid, followed by ice cream and a panna ...
... Kerry is not that interested and we are a bit too tired to go in again. Rome is great to look at and good to leave. Its dirty, and the Tiber is disgusting. We have oohed and aahed over the history and incredible buildings and are dismayed at the rubbish, the poor, the roads and general disarray. There are 2.8 million people trying to make their way in this city and at times I would say that its not too easy for many of them. Arrevedechi ...
Our first full, hot, hot day in Rome!
We spent much of our out and about time aboard the HOHO, which was Hot Hot and Slow Slow. We saw many of the touristy spots of Rome, including St. Peter's Basilica and the Colosseum, and lots of really cool looking buildings, whose names I quickly forgot.
One of ...
... we have. It was a scarf I bought in Spain. Only a few euros, but the perfect colour.
Fucecchio to San Minialto Alto. 8ks but because we missed turn offs we did about 12ks.
The day started badly as we took the wrong road out of town and had to double back about 2ks. Further down the track we had to double back as we missed another turn off. Another 2ks extra. We reached San Minalto ( a beautiful hilltop town very ...
... We even stopped a kindly-looking old nun with "Capella di Sistina?" In an extremely patient, soft-spoken and motherly manner, she gave us directions... in Italian (yea I know, it's pretty obvious that the older-generation do not speak much English, but we were picking people ...