Il Borghetto Antico
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... do a little sightseeing around rome before going back to “chill” and rest!
Later that night I had another tour - Rome by Night - where I meet a lovely lady from Dallas - Alexia. The tour included dinner and it was ok. We walked to the Trevi Fountain - but it is closed due to restoration being completed - so didn’t see much. They still had a partial section with water - so coins could be thrown in. To ensure ...
... out shopping and strolling. Lots of street entertainment, lots of folks having fun. The streets are PACKED!
We picked the restaurant across the street from our hotel for dinner and enjoyed the street traffic. Food was a bit better than the usual pasta offerings and Arturo our waiter was terrific. And now to bed. Ancient Rome tomorrow's agenda...meaning forum, coliseum etc and everything else.
... train ride. At that time of day we experienced a different Rome. There were few people around the Spanish steps and most people on the streets were going to work or school and there were few tourists. The temperature was cool, although the day would again get to the high 20's. It's either been a bit cooler or we have acclimatised as we haven't been as hot the last couple of days. The underground train was full and there were a lot of pedestrians at the Vatican end. When ...
... find the old dwellings and garden. Its easy to get lost and you can go around in circles if you don't pay attention. We have seen a lot of ruins on this trip so we leave the Hill and head for the Forum.
The Roman Forums are mainly the remains on the old columns and some of the residents of old emperors. I think they are a lot more photogenic than the hill. We get some cool cloud detail in the sky so we're happily snapping away. We farewell this area of Rome and go in search ...
We got started at a better pace today - by 9.15am, we were out and having a coffee at Cathy's local bar/caffe, and had already had a decent breakfast of cornflakes! The boys and I even managed to drop into St Clemente to admire the mosaics again! At 10am, we met Cathy and Ian, leapt onto a tram that took us past the Colosseo, the Circus Maximus and the FAO (where Ian works, in a building built by Mussolini) to ...