L'Incanto di San Pietro
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... we were quite surprised. We decided to just roll with it & tried giving it a couple minutes of rest in the middle to cook some. The parts that were cooked were pretty good in my opinion. Conor had tried this before with a raw egg, so it wasn't a new experience for him. We wandered through the Piazza taking some pictures, and looking through some art that was on display in the square for an art market.
Our time was quickly ticking away, so ...
... would have been a nutcase. This trip, although long, was very relaxed. We made it to London with plenty of time to spare so I had time to eat REAL AUTHENTIC fish and chips for the first time in 22 years. It was glorious.
We've learned two things so far about traveling to ...
... stop of the day was the Pantheon. This is the most well preserved ancient roman building. The exterior and interior remain untouched except for the bronze that once covered the dome. This bronze is now the alter within St. Peter's Basilica (we learned today that the Catholic Church was responsible for "recycling" a lot of materials through out Rome. This was mainly because when the Pope returned to Rome after living in France ...
... ice cream, I had a cup with choccoleita, baci and spagaletta ( which I thing was vanilla and strawberry swirls and then this was dipped into hot dark chocolate, oh so rich, Anyway after a wonderful meal again at Tony's tonight I had sea bass with potatoes and salad, oh so full we walked home abfpd R & O have ventured out to get more ice cream don't know where they are putting it I am so very full all I am thinking of is my bed So good ...
... evidence of where the place was burnt down after a fire. During the 16th century the Palazzo was built and as commonly done in Renaissance-era Rome, 16th-century builders filled in the ancient structures with landfill, using them as foundations for The Palazzo.
On my way here I called in at the Trevi Fountain to throw in a coin. It is huge. Very impressive. I ...