B&B Furio Camillo
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... shops in my area were open for Sunday night trading. My little look meant but a little purchase; a great mohair top for winter, half price, one size fits all. A quick check of the label was had to make sure it was 'Made in Italy' because much of the clothing products are 'Made in Turkey'. Relative to the banana which cost me one euro earlier, the top was considered a bargain. I came upon a very large mass of people in the square outside our apartment ...
... and full riot gear carrying shields whether we were going to be safe. the answer was 50/50. Terrific !!
We eventually made it to the bike depot and met our guide Frederic.
.We rode down past the Colosseum and then across the river ,over to the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain .We stopped off for a coffee at Romes oldest coffee shop then rode to market where Frederic introduced us to his favourite Pizza spot - mmm they were excellent .
Sleeping in this morning was bliss. We all got a good 9-10 hours of sleep which was lovely after our early wakeup and long day yesterday. We went to the better breakfast place and all had the "super breakfast": egg "omelette" atop bread, cheeses, meats, eggplant slice and jam with toast, plus fresh OJ, croissant and cappucino. The kids had hot chocolate; it wasn't an American mix with hot water: it was very thick, much like in the movie "Chocolat" from 2000? Very thick and very ...
We had planned to spend the first day in Rome visiting Vatican City, until we learnt Wednesday is when the Pope has his weekly audience and the place would be chaotic. So, we decided to catch the Metro to the opposite side of the city to the Coliseum visiting the sites as we went. The Metro arrived next to a giant Piazza with an Egyptian obelisk in the center, fountains at both ends, and a giant hill/park on one side. We decided to climb up the hill and gain ...
... And certainly, he appears to be more connected to the people as well. The Wafer, part of Communion, was actually distributed to some people down at our end of the Piazza - a long way from the alter on the steps of St. Peter's. We also viewed the Pantheon - something we missed on our last visit. It, too, was very crowded. It is unique because of its construction. The large open Dome remains, even today, an engineering marvel. It has been the model for the Duoma ...