IL BOOM - il bed 'n breakfast
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We were sharing with a couple from Melbourne, Jason and Kathleen. They were very nice and friendly, and we exchanged stories of where we'd been and where we were going, while admiring the ridiculously picturesque countryside. We had such a good time we got shushed!
Roma Termini wasn't as chaotic as I expected, though it was a bit ...
Florence is beautiful, a lovely Tuscan town with a whole heap of character. Our first stop was the lookout with beautiful views of the town including the ponte vecchio bridge, and the Duomo Di Firenze (cathedral ). With each town we have been to we have had local guides to show us around, we have headsets with a good range. After the lookout it was off to the museum to visit Michelangelo's sculptures in particular David. He is smaller than what I ...
... waiting to get on. I can't imagine having to travel by bus with all of our gear amidst all of that chaos! Our driver capably navigated through the dense traffic and responded adeptly to the jaywalkers, merging cars and scooters dodging in front of him. I don't know if there is a patron saint for surviving Italian traffic, but kept my eyes closed in prayer for much of the journey!
Our apartment is nestled in the market area of Rome (Campo de Fiori), in ...
... around with the thousands of other tourists to the Spanish a Steps, The Trevi Fountain, The Pantheon and the Piazza Navona to name a few of the more famous Rome locations. We had dinner near the Piazza Vinnie Barberino or something and returned to the Embassy to plan tomorrow's saunter! Roman ruins are the order of the day. In our wanderings tonight I missed the spot where Julius Caesar was assassinated. Oh ...
... that had been standing since the first century AD. This was the thing I was looking forward to seeing the most, and as I stood outside, looking up at this magnificent structure I was satisfied. I was however looking forward to doing the tour the following day where we would get the opportunity to marvel from the inside. After 5 hours of walking, we were exhausted. The night was getting late as we arrived back at the hotel, like most nights, our bodies were ...