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... Siena is a city with 250,000 inhabitants and is famous for terra cotta, used for flooring and roofing. It has 17 miles of medieval walls built around it. Just up the hill a bit is the Duomo di Siena. We have seen so many churches, cathedrals and duomos but I think this one just might be the most beautiful one we’ve seen. The floor of this cathedral is covered with inlaid marble scenes. The level of workmanship and the painstaking level of detail ...
... Actually I was "all in" when I saw them get up to leave. Each of the family members were carrying several large shopping bags from every designer you can imagine!!
Off to the Trevi Fountain. Wait... we are going the wrong way. Off to the Trevi Fountain. Wait... we are still going the wrong way. Turn on the Data plan and turn on Google Maps... Off to Trevi Fountain. You know what comes next!! We finally asked for directions and found ...
... we walked through a beautiful section of Rome (high end). We stopped into small Italian shops (smelled so good) and picked up mini olive oils for our family. After that we headed for lunch at Pinsere Pizzeria. It had the most amazing pizza with freshest ingredients and dough, and they made it right in front of us... Oh it was cheap too! We got two different personal pies- the first was eggplant, mozzarella, pesto, and ...
... s small, but with everything we need and in a perfect location. Sebastian immediately fell asleep and Scott took Gavin on a walk to get their bearings and find us some Roman pizza for dinner. I’m about to get some homework done (depressing that I have to do it while we’re here!), so I’ll leave things here for tonight. I hope you’re all having a wonderful Thanksgiving! We love you! Ciao from Roma, ...
... b) **** funny. My words aren't going to emphasize how good these guides were. They told the Roman history with enough modern analogies and jokes that made it impossible to drift off or yawn. It wasn't as if it was just a ********* on the history side of things either, it was massively informative, a bit like a documentary narrated by a stand up comedian. The history was mesmerizing. One of the Emperor's, Nero, built a lake in the middle of his palace. ...