Domus Appia 154
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As Federer is playing tonight, I’ve decided to participate in a free (tips requested) bike tour of Rome. The Americans from last night raved about it, they had done the night bike tour on Monday. The night tour sounds awesome, but today I do the day one. Biking through Europe also interests my a lot, so here we go.
It turns out that I am the only person today interested in the free bike tour, I suppose everyone else is at the Papal mass. But ...
... the Santa Maria Maddelena. It is quite small but I liked it even better than the Santa Maria Maggiore. The Order of St Camillus (dedicated to the care of the sick) has had a church here since the 1500's but this church was completed in 1699. The main chapel contains an alter decicated to St Camillus de Lellis including his bones in a glass coffin.
Then we had a long walk to the Trevi Fountain, which is being restored, but to make up for that ...
... Although we were so exhausted we decided to take a shower and go exploring the city. We found out that we had to take the metro to go to the city and to go to the metro we had to cross over the highway that was very dangerous. When we arrived at the city I fell In love the very first minute! Wow what a beautiful city! We didn't stay long because we were too tired. ...
... 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 ...
Our hostess suggested we visit the neighborhood of Trastevere so we caught the bus over to check it out. Without knowing a specific restaurant or area we just looked at some menus and went from there. During our trip research we came across some foods to try in Rome. One of them was artichokes so we asked if the restaurant had any and our decision was made.
The language barrier was a little tricky but we found out they boiled ...