Il Borghetto Antico
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- Continental Breakfast
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... cards to fall on the ground. To which 2 passengers came to the rescue and started belting the girls around screaming in Italian at them.Quite an eventful day to which we thank Yahweh for looking after us. Early to bed tonight as we have to leave here at 4.30am.
Israel here we come.
... followed by rest and organization. Unfortunately, my phone charger plug is faulty – so that will prove interesting for the last few weeks. After the rest we set out to do some shopping – once again lots of action out there. We have chosen a really good spot to stay. It seems a lot like living near Hutt Street, but with many more restaurants, shops and fun stuff around in an old cobbled street part of Rome. ...
... me that much more appreciation for what he did. Frescoes were painted on wet plaster, so there were people making the plaster and Michael Angelo had to paint on it before it dried, which sealed in the colors. Not laying on his back, but bending over backwards! How did they make those huge buildings in that day and age? Just baffles me! While the sights were beautiful, Rome itself did not impress me. It was such ...
... that city and smelling the blood and sweet fo the Persian Empire soldgers who were running this city and magnificently contributing to the creation of this west civilization. Vertually I could hear the sounds of thier swords and glopping horses chariots running in the streets. The feeling of energy for me was so great that walking miles and miles never felt any tirdnes. Infact I had blisters in my feet and a tore in my shoes but still wanted to walk and ...
... I was called several names when they came out. You get that.
After the creepy crypt visit (sounds like a title for a Scooby Doo episode) we headed for the Villa Borghese Gardens, 80 acres of incredible gardens and activities. As we arrived we saw some wonderful pushbike type carriages. We knew that was our ticket to a good look around in lazy peoples style, so off we pedaled. Dan & Alex couldn't stop laughing initially, it was such a laugh. ...