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A couple of months ago we heard a BBC 'From our own correspondent' episode that talked about the non catholic cemetery in Rome. So, we had to visit. Definitely worth the side trip. Not your usual tourist site. Sadly the heavens opened and it poured all morning. Glad we packed raincoats. However, it kind of added to the atmosphere at the war memorial and cemetery. Before you think we've come over all morbid, both were interesting, peaceful and ...
... very top for some chocolate gelato.
Then we headed for the Pantheon for more photo opportunities with the thousands of other tourists here at the moment. If this is supposed to be the off season, boy I wouldn't want to be here in peak season!
Tonight we had a very nice traditional Italian meal at a nearby restaurant but we are both very exhausted from our day of walking.
Tomorrow (Thursday) we fly to Paris.
Cheers until then....
... never made it. So we are back here, really tied lying on our beds with our feet up. We are going out for diner tonight at brasserie Les Glazier, it's become our favourite restaurant while we have been here, we went to eat there last night and found they were closed, we were devastated. It took us a little while to work out what we were going to do. Brasserie Les ...
... chapel has such huge cultural and religious value that it was a very specialthing to be able to stand and admire the paintings. You weren't allowed to take pictures inside - we took one sneaky one of the ceiling as we walked through to show you!
Once we escaped from the Vatican museum queues we headed over to see the famous Basilica and St Peter's Square. Entry to the church is free but you have to go through security controls (no queue jumps available!). So, ...
We woke up this morning at 1030, made some espresso, made some lunch (to save some cash) and headed out on our nearly 3 mile walk to the Galleria Borghese. On the way, we stumbled upon the Trevi Fountain, where we all threw in our coins (for those who don't know, throwing a coin backwards into the fountain is supposed to indicate that you will come back to that place at some point in the future). It worked for Olivia and me last time we came to ...