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... in the bike helmets. It was great fun.
Back home. We had planned to go to the Colosseum after lunch but everyone crashed. When we got up in late afternoon, it was too late. Nothing else to do except settle down to argue about trivia such as Budget deficits, boat people etc etc. The same **** that we do in theatre.
Off to the Colosseum tomorrow and that would be our last day in Rome.
... around the building by one of the many tour companies offering such things, and it was well worth it. our guide provided loads of info about the Pantheon and had a real love for the history of Rome and its architecture as well. The highlight of our Roman Holiday so far!
We now had the task of walking back to our hotel - across the city and through a maze of streets. We walked for miles but walking through Rome is a sheer joy and a pleasure. Its so beautiful! ...
... last stop before a rest was at the Mercato di Campo de Fiori, a piazza with a market where we bought some lovely cold fruit, and surrounded by cafes and restaurants and bakeries where we bought some foccacia and a biscuit for lunch. It was very very hot in the crowded market so we were definitely ready for another rest and a cold shower, so we bussed back to our room and relaxed for the rest of the afternoon, and booked in dinner for that night. We decided to go ...
... an old stone church in which the say St. Francis was born. Then on for a quick tour of the city of Foligno. The hillsides that surround the town are so lush and green it looks like a painting. If the Amalfi Coast has the best views of the sea then this area has the best views of the true hillsides of Italy. We walked through the town which just happened to be celebrating the annual jousting match. Each team had a group of young ...
... the Spanish Stairs, and maybe the Borghese Villa and Gardens.
P. S. Those of you waiting for photo highlights are going to be out of luck. As we've been touring, we've been carrying my little Sony Cybershot, which we wouldn't be too broken up about if it was stolen. The iPad stays back at the apartment, which is where I am blogging from. These two devices have no means of linking up, so I can't uploads pics of any of our adventures. ...