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... We followed the driver (Carlos) to the carpark where we climbed into the new Audi A8 that was waiting. Now this is my idea of an airport transfer.
It goes pretty well too, as was evident by the fact that he drove at 150kph for much of the way to the hotel.
It was late (almost midnight) and he clearly wanted to get home.
We arrived at our accommodation - the Hotel Hiberia - alive!
Being so ...
... in Arezzo, touring around for a day with them and returning to Rome late at night. A change of scenery may well turn out to be a fab option, as mom&dad's rented villa has a nice pool. After being marinated in the heat of Rome for a week, a dip into a pool sounds rather enticing... But so does the Etruscan museum in Cortona, as well. Heh. Time to go to bed again. Going to sleep in a bit tomorrwo as well. No need to get up at 7 am to go shopping around Campo di Fiori. Buona ...
... used the basilicas of the ancients and that is why we now call some churches basilicas.
Then off to Palatine Hill. This is where the first - yes, THE first - royal palace was built. This is where the word 'palace' originates.
The House of Livia, wife of Augustus, was very large but you can't go inside. It is so well-preserved that there are some colorful frescoes still on the walls. You only get a peek through ...
... and showed just how big the ruins of Pompei were.
In the square opposite the church were a few memorials. One that impressed us was to a 'Father of the Orphans'. It was to a man who built a home for children who had a parent in prison or whose parents were divorced or widowed & needed help. The building is opposite the station and takes a full block. His work has been continued by a foundation now. Obviously he was a wonderful man & ...
... what remained was left as a pit and people took what they wanted to build their homes. Emperor Constantine stopped this and started to preserve the Colosseum, and undertake the resuming of the buried ruins. The Vatican was originally a cemetery so when they started to make additions they were uncovering many tombs. This is the last day of our tour, we will have breakfast and say goodbye in the morning, we ...