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... emotional. This was the real deal, not a picture in a book, a YouTube documentary, or some cheaper poster print. THIS WAS IT. After that portion of the tour was over I also went in to St. Peter's Basicilia. This is thee pilgrimage for every Catholic to see I imagine (I am not). Extremely impressive. Leaving the tour led me to literally right under the balcony where the Pope comes out once he is chosen (so of course ...
... was the the Germans chose Frascati as the command center for the Meditteanan German offensive. As a result, in 1944 half the town was destroyed with the allied bombing. The village was liberated by the the above mentioned 85th US Infantry Division in 1944. Only 13 miles, a half marathon, from Rome. The german occupation of Frascati spared Rome from the allied bombing offensive. We returned back to the B&B was happy to see United upgraded us to Economy plus! Its ...
... some fresh tuna carpaccio and a Caprese salad with Bufala Mozzarella, prosciutto and rocket.
Needless to say we didn’t regret it. Both dishes were equally light and perfectly dressed for the hot weather, while the flavours in these unassuming dishes where simply scrumptious and refreshing.
Naturally, a walk to the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps followed. Fontana di Trevi, grandiose in it’s stature, romantic in it’s ...
... didn't get wet which was good. My jeans got soaked all the way up my legs though, just kept climbing! We tried to keep going but it was just to wet so we ended up headed back to the campsite and we had a much needed nap, washed hair and relaxed for a bit before joining some of the tour people for a BBQ dinner and drinks which we cooked up. Headed to bed about 9 pm feeling like we had re-charged the batteries a bit really for Pompeii ...
I chose the Quirinale to Via Veneto route for my walk today because it's very near Via XX Settembre and I thought on this 20th day of September I should see the street named after Italy’s Unification Day. It was as good a reason as any!
Again, I had to first get from my apartment here in Trastevere to a point on the walk; I chose the Piazza del Quirinale. Quirinale is the name of this hill—now home to numerous ...