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... take photos inside the Chapel now. We
also headed into St Pauls Basilica. It was absolutely huge! We saw Michael
Angelo’s statue of Jesus and Mary and the amazing dome roof. We then headed out
and got some photos of the front. We also saw the line to get in – it was the
biggest line we have seen yet on the trip – very very long. Then onto a train
to the Spanish Steps.
The steps were very busy. We sat by the fountain for a ...
Rome!!! A city with so much history, an open book I would say. We definitley spend to little time there. We got there sunday night and took a walking tour of the city. We got to see the pantheon and three of the many squares located near it. The pantheon was amazing. I could not believe I was standing next to two thousand year old building. I even got to ...
... there, but only for 5 minutes as it quickly filled up. Next to was a a man who we reckoned was a Gigolo. He was all smooth and kissy kissy, never stopped talking and making his partner laugh. Jean said he was reading parts of a bible to her. I could only see her back but she was well dressed and looked nice. When the bill came he said something to her and she got her bag and purse out and paid. When we ...
... We decided we wanted to go somewhere nice being the last night in Rome. The restaurant we went to on Friday night was a winner so we headed back go there. Da Trani was the name. The owner recognised us straight away and we were gifted with a glass of wine each on the house to start. Very nice meal and a bottle of red between us and what a good way to end our time in Rome. Onwards to Venice ...
... a perfumed smell of coffee upon entering it.
For Coffee lovers like Ricco and myself, the place is an ideal spot for an aromatic coffee and to watch locals, priests, carabinieri and tourists walk on by. And with a renewed sense of energy with a shot of caffeine in our system we stepped out onto the cobbled streets in direction of our next destination.
We sat down at a place called Osteria dell’Alloro on Rione Trevi, where we were enticed ...