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... glass and letter opener (could be used as a dagger). So, our choice
was to throw the dagger away or take the carryon bag back to the airline baggage counter,
which we did. And again we had to go thru security, and were successful.
The next stop was at the gate to the plane where everyone was gathered to enter the
plane. After waiting 20 minutes for the gate to open, it finally does. And ...
... Rome Bed & Breakfast operated by Simone & Francy. All told, short of an quick nap we did it without sleep so no we are not grumpy! ;).
We are ready for tomorrow!
More posts when you wake up!
A sidewalk cafe' with bruchetta and antipasta and a beer was a lovely rest stop. Today we went on a half day tour to the Catacombs, Appian Way and the Aquaducts but Steve will tell you about that later. I didn't want to visit the Catacombs so waited outside until the tour was over. Thought I would visit the gift store - boy was it religious!! I walked around looking at everything, not being Catholic not understanding anything. ...
... lucky as he nearly got caught by a police officer that was chasing a lot of buskers and sellers away from the tourists and the fountain. Just after we had the photo taken, they closed the fountain for cleaning. Our timing was perfect.
On we went to find the Spanish steps, It was quite late in the afternoon and we eventually found them, but also walked along the very ritzy shopping precinct that surrounds them. I found a gorgeous old jewellery store ...
... for. The Via della Madonna dei Monti runs parallel to Via Cavour, behind our hotel (Solis). The Taverna dei Fori Imperiali has caught my eye a day or so ago, but was full when we looked tonight. The chef was doing the rounds as well, presumably a good sign unless he's apologising. On our way back up the street, we stumbled across the Taverna Romana. As it turned out, "left, 50 metres" really meant "left, immediately left again, and ...