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... via a castle and then I read. My gosh was it nice to have a break! After our rest we put back on our walking shoes and went out for dinner. Today we were not so lucky wi where we ate (it is unfortunate, I know!). There is a deceptive restaurant just behind the identical buildings we saw on the first night (on the left side) where the meals sound great but come out as if I ordered from a bistro and the waiter thinks I should lose weight. Needless to say I ...
At this point it was approaching noon, so the sandwiches purchased at Castroni's earlier in the morning were served for lunch, and they were very good. After lunch, Dee started cooking a pot of homemade minestrone soup, before the dynamic duo set forth once again in search of a local post office to mail Lucy’s postcards. As they walked, Dee snapped several photographs of interesting places, including the interior ...
... in French, the menu was only available in Italian. The waiter patiently answered their questions, as they had done with us the night before, and they ordered. When the bread came out, on being given olive oil and balsamic, she asked for butter. Her steak went back because she says it was well done and she had asked for medium rare, and then her steak was late coming back and they left before it came back out. While it was I am sure very disappointing for them, it was very entertaining for ...
... BC. Amazing to think sections of it are still standing. I always thought of them as open troughs but they were more akin to elevated channels fully enclosed.
Once again another sidewalk lunch and talking to many travellers from different parts of the world - was great. Tonight we are going to a restaurant that we went to last time where Steve fell in love with their Ricacotta Cheesecake so hopefully they still serve it.
... to burn to freaking quicklime - what a waste), bronze, or anything else even moderately worth anything. Then we walked up through the alleyways of Rome through to the Trenti Fountain (wow), shoved our way to the front and threw our coins in. THe crowds around were pretty insane everywhere - it was St Peter and St Paul's day so all the religious sites were closed (unfortunately the Pantheon was closed every day we were in Rome but the outside is cool....).