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... forgotten that I had to call my Daughter Emma when we were in Hong Kong as I had a missed call from her when we got off the plane. Turns out that missed call was a pocket call, the kind of call you make accidentally when the phone gets bumped in your pocket, but that plus Chris reverse call to me, sucked up all my credit. Damn... I hurriedly composed and fired off an SMS to tell him to fax it to the consulate, and to get a record of the ...
Roo was up early today for breakfast and was very disappointed with crackers and bread rolls haha. First we took a guided tour of the Colosseum and it's dungeons then our guide took us to the Roman Forum, well what's left of it. Then we wandered the streets ( got lost) looking for Trevi fountain. Finally found it along with millions of ...
My intent was to do another big sightseeing day, but my reality was that I was still worn out from the last two. I ended up having a nice slow morning, and then at about noon headed out to the supermercato. I needed a cutting board and a better knife before I tried to make homemade spaghetti sauce! I found a knife (and onions, potatoes, shower gel, a mirror, etc) at the Conad Supermercato but couldn't find a cutting board. I ended up buying a set ...
... the left side. Also, the back of the building is a lot less intact. You can see the actual structure with pieces of marble and plaster clinging to the exterior. I thought this was very interesting to see how it was put together. Just across the street from the Pantheon, we rested up, ate gelatto and used the restroom. Then we decided to go in search of Trajan's column next. Along the way, we saw two monks sitting. One was balanced on top of the other. So we did ...
... at least we
won't go hungry or thirsty).
So, today's agenda - Colosseum, Piazza del Repubblica, and the Trevi Fountain. All spread
across the city, but fortunately all accessible via the Metro train
system. Just a matter of buying a couple of tickets and starting at one
end of the line and working our way back. So, all the attreactions.