L'incanto di Roma B&B
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... just admiring the beauty of the buildings and as the day was a perfect temperature I moved around the city streets that took my fancy!
I actually wanted to go to Trastevere again and view the city from a lookout called Gianicolo and luck would have a tourist office right in front of me about mid afternoon. I took my new map in and put it on the desk and pointed to where I wanted to go and asked which buses go there. ...
... five months; however, it stood up to the test. Regrettably, we had to share the experience with an intimate group of about 350 other people "ooing" and "ahhing" and the crush kept coming so one was not able to fully appreciate the work. Michelangelo’s work is superb, but then so also are Raphael’s works in the Vatican museum chambers. Suspect that when [and if] we head back to Rome, another trip to the Chapel will be on the agenda.
... could leave the station we had some business to attend to. You see, on the way to the Colosseum the metro was VERY crowded and as I was getting pushed into the train I dropped my super cute umbrella from Paris and it just so happened to fall between the platform and the train, into the deep dark black abyss of the metro. I had to leave it behind and walk around all day in the rain. People kept trying to sell me umbrellas but I was determined to get mine back when we got back to ...
... and they cut off a piece and weigh it to get the price. Apparently they don't approve of the steel ovens we see back home. We had a taste of it and it was wonderful.
Next on our walk we went into the "Cemetery for non-Catholic foreigners," or in plain English -- the Protestant Cemetery. Evidently when it became fashionable to do the grand tour of Europe, people would die off during their journey and so Rome created this space to bury them. ...
... ride and 2 drinks each we were back on the road to recovery. Bar Del Fico was like something out of a movie. Set on this little tiny square with a giant fig tree and old men playing chess out the front. They also had an all you can eat aperitif snack buffet, so we ate like kings for the price of the drinks. I love prosecco. Happy days. The next morning we slept in (amazing), and hit the shops for a bit, had some lunch and had the best gelati we have ever eaten (to counteract ...