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After this emotional moment which wrecked me for the next hour or so, we went back to the sight and looked around a little more. We were starting to get a little lost and confused...and hot and tired, so after about another hour, we headed out. I had hoped we could fit in Appia Antica as well (it was a highlight from our first trip to Rome) but I felt after seeing Ostia, we would skip Appia. We made our way back to Rome proper, and tried ...
... on the banks of the river Tiber. It turns out to be the mausoleum of Emporer Hadrian. I think this is the same guy as the one that built a wall across Northern England cos he could not deal with the Scots. Bravehaert and all that!
From here a short bus trip to the Vatican. The famous square can hold approximately 200,000 people and I'm pleased to say that today most of them were not here. Words fail me! The 'church' that is so famous is really a ...
... Then I had to try to close my bank account, because I figure I'm still paying fees but I'm not working anymore in France. Anyway, in true French style, my bank was closed for construction for a week and I wasn't able to close it at another branch. If I wanted to close it, I had to send an email. Ah France, it's the land of the impossible. So we walked around Hotel de Ville and Bellecour and the wandered back to the apartment. That afternoon we caught up ...
... sorbet wasn't the only local specialty vino we enjoyed. For Troy's birthday I had arranged a surprise full-day winery tour to visit one if the oldest vineyards in the region, which still has a portion of the original castle settlement from the 1100's; Castello Verrazzano. And, as we learned in the Czech Republic, Troy has a great love of castles and history. Nestled away in the hills of the Chianti region of Tuscany, it was the perfect way to spend the ...
... and watched him as he created a beautiful night scene of the Colosseum, which Mum purchased for a reasonable price.
After taking in one last look at the Colosseum we slowly made our way back home. We enjoyed our time in Rome, but think we'd pretty much seen everything on offer. I don't know if i'll return, but you never know...I did throw one coin into the Trevi Fountain yesterday!