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... better than ours in the US), so we all purchased ponchos. What a sight, the group of us in pink, yellow, green and blue ponchos rushing across the piazza trying not to get soaked. We finally got back to the hotel, although the streets surrounding it were completely flooded. W should have taken a 2nd group picture of the day in our colorful matching ponchos!
Another early day tomorrow as we leave Rome and head to Pompeii and Sorrento.
... including anti pasto, two types of pasta, roast veal and potatoes and pizza. It was all quite nice and very filling. I particularly enjoyed the roast suckling pig as part of the anti pasto. I wasn't a fan of the wines we were served although the white wine for which they are renowned did grow on me after several glasses. All in all a very tiring day and we have an early start in the morning when we head off to Pompeii and Sorrento so I will sign off now and get some ...
... Along with lots more sculptures, torsos, etc we saw chunks/remnants (face, foot and hand) of a massive statue of Constantine which was once in the forum, the Etruscan She-wolf statue with (added much later) suckling babes, Romulus & Remus.
Wednesday night we went to an audio-visual production about The time of Augustus Caesar. We each got given headphones and were seated in tiered seats facing the ruins of Augustus's Temple and Basillica at the Forum ...
... definitely be frequenting there often and plan to buy the limoncello and some spices next time! After leaving the market we had about 2 hours before a dorm meeting so we decided to continue walking past campo. We thought we were headed towards the Colosseo again but didn't bother to take out a map and instead just roamed the streets of Rome! The architecture is breathtaking around the city and we spent a lot of time taking pictures and enjoying the sunny ...