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... circumference of the Piazza. We decided it was just too long and went for a walk instead. After stopping for a restorative coffee, we caught the Metro back to San Giovanni (our 'hood) and picked up a few bits for dinner tonight. Cheese, tomatoes, pizza bread, tiny custard filled dolci for afters. I actually had a conversation with the serving lady at the Enoteca !! So proud of myself. She was very encouraging too. Might have to go back there and have another ...
... California we have seen in 3 weeks!
Next up was Palentine Hill where all the royals lived, must have been a nice life. And we topped it all off with an afternoon touring the coliseum. To think they built such a huge arena so long ago.
... Palazzi (palaces). The street was designed by Bramante in 1508 as an approach to the Vatican (which is on the other side of the river Tiber). We dumped our bags and went exploring. We decided to find Piazza Navona which we managed to do without a map. We stopped at a little bar for lunch and had a Prosecco and a very average pizzetta. Jillian had a tiny little roll with prosciutto and mozzarella which she said was tasty. They also served us a bowl of potato chips. ...
... I am so glad we did that. It would be much better driving to Sorrento from Naples though, as the coast is on the right side and you can pull into the numerous lookout stops along the way. We were unable to do that going the other way.
The train was delayed by almost 40 minutes and we spoke to an American couple who were also waiting for the Rome train. I bought some food as the trip is 2 hrs and being so delayed means arriving around ...
... it to the squire. Then we roamed the streets getting lost over and over again asking people for direction, I think they felt sorry for us, it's just we were getting a little frantic because we had to catch a water taxi to the airport by a certain time. The alleyways, streets, squires, canals and bridges, lined with shops of all description and restaurants, are like a maze, even with a map, which we had it was still hard going. ...