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... comes on our afternoon off. Touch wood this continues in Tuscany.
About 7.30 we decide to go back to the trattoria we had dinner at the first night. Going downstairs the thunderstorm has cleared, Rome's streets have been washed clean and it has a different refreshed feeling about it. Unfortunately our dinner is not as good as the first night (it seems they don't believe in salad dressing either) but the atmosphere and setting ...
... had a heart attack, 17€ for two mugs of coffee, what a rip off!
As we entered St Peter's square we were amazed at the grandure of it all, laid out between 1656 and 1667 for Pope Alexander XII. The two semi circular colonnades each consist of four rows of columns, totalling 284 and in top of the colonnades there are 140 saints.
We joined the queue it seemed quite long as it curved half way around the ...
... to Gatwick, we had to get on the train and I swear were the only non-Italians onboard. I had a cute wee girl sitting behind me (viola), who wanted to test her English skills on me... "Hello" "bye bye" "good morning". Super cute!! We arrived into Fiumincino airport at 8.30pm and it somehow took 2 hours to transfer to our little house in Rome, and it was suuuuper hot, but we made it and I'm looking forward to exploring!! See you soon ...
... battled for bragging rights, but it is nonetheless an impressive piece of architecture that leaves room for the imagination.
We didn’t go in due to the mass hoards of people, but we opted to take a leisurely stroll through the Roman Forum that sits on the foot of the Colloseum.
With our Roma Pass (36 Euros for a 3-day pass), we were allowed free access into the ruins and it was well worth the 40 minutes ...
... home on the train and Manfred and I decided to walk home. let's see who gets home first. Manfred and I all home via the streets we know even though we have to stop a f times to check our map. We ended up at the shrine of the unknown solider Shrine to the Fatherland, this is huge I mean really huge so much so there is an entire intersection around the shrine. Suddenly we see lots I mean lots of police and there are many versions of police here. Manfred asks one of the guards ...