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... vineyard soup, mussels and clams, fried vegetables, fettuccine with mushrooms and bacon, and wines.
5. Sicilian Dessert - cannoli's, lemon granita and orange risoli liqueur (38% proof and too easy to drink).
6. Coffee shop
7. Gelati shop
We finished at about 10.30pm and walked back home, not too far as the tour finished near where we were staying, a nice change. Hopefully the walk helped walk off some off the calories from a night of feasting!
... so we decided to go into Rome instead. We decided to get off at some random metro stop just to see a new part of Rome. As it turns out, the metro stop was actually outside the walls of Rome so we had to walk into the city. We ended up passing Saint John Lateran again so this time we went in. The basilica is massive. It is not as elaborate at Saint Peter's, but it is just as marvelous in its own way. Lining the way to the altar were huge statues of each of the apostles. It was almost ...
... a look and when we got inside (which was a bit difficult because so many people were trying to get in and out) we were all amazed to see a gigantic hole in the roof. As we were walking around the Pantheon mum and dad were explaning to me and ...
... to the Palatine Hill, where we saw the remains of the ancient aquaduct, bringing fresh water to the palaces of the emperors. The Romans have always believed that it was at this site that the foundlings, Romulus and Remus, founded the city, and we were amazed when Cathy took us to see the early Bronze Age huts (from the time of Romulus) which have recently been unearthed here. We also saw the palace of Emperor Augustus (44BC), and the baths complexes. The Palatine ...
... her! We then caught the tram over the river to Travestere, quite a different part of Rome which used to be working class and is now filled with cool bars and restaurants. When we got off the tram, we thought it may have been a mistake coming over the river as there was nothing to see. But we walked a bit further into the side streets and found an amazing square with an old church (one of the oldest and unsurprisingly for Rome as it has a few ...