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... Yesterday we walked our feet off. We headed to the Jewish ghetto for lunch. I got to have my favourite Roman treat - Carciofi alla giudia. Then up through Piazza Navona to Prati, a beautiful residential neighbourhood up near the Vatican. It was 34 degrees yesterday and even hotter today, but we took our time and enjoyed exploring the endless little side streets full of shops and galleries. We had dinner at ...
... and down hills. Our tour guides are great. We are connected to them via little earphones on one ear, so can hear all the fabulous information. Since there are two of them, and only six of us left, it's virtually our own private tour. We lean some great things about Rome and see some fantastic sights. They even teach us to cross the chaotic streets of Rome with bravado (and a little breath ...
... the next stop, Terme de Caracalla.
A third of a mile later, there it is. Unfortunately, it’s closed today (Monday) and you can’t see much from the outside (it’s all gated up). The Terme de Caracalla was a bathing complex, built during the 3rd century A.D. It now hosts a summer opera season.
Back about the middle of Circus Maximus, I turned off towards the Aventino. Aventine Hill is one of Rome’s 7 hills (climbing!) ...
The Eternal City sounds very impressive but the most prominent first impression was the many homeless people bedded down for the night. It was not a good look. Although it appeared some were even tourists saving on accommodation costs. Getting to the railway station was a feat in itself. The flight arrived at 11:40pm & this time Ian had me in serious oxygen debt as I tried to keep up on the escalators that ...
... we stopped at for supplies had all shops closed from 1 til 5pm!
Haven't seen that much of Rome yet, just had a bit of a wander, got our clothes washed, had a beer and the like. Went into a pretty impressive Basilica (the Santa Maria degli Angeli), and cycled through a huge park. It's always strange to be in a place full of tourists again, after cycling through tiny towns and villages.
Martin's put some photos of the alps on ...
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