Marco e Laura Bed & Breakfast
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... leader. Our leader Vicky, set a very high standard and I think we lucked in with her and our driver Antonio. Vicky would start every day with a joke and an inspirational reading but not too heavy. It turns out that she is 64 not in her 50s. She is truly an inspiration with her outlook on life and it was infectious.
We're really looking forward to a slow start and relaxing in our Rome apartment. No more basilica tours for a week or so...phew
... allow the new sim in! In the meantime, Bill & Lynda had found a seat in the shade & some awesome gelati to pass the time.
The planned afternoon Siesta never happened... we didn't get back tip we were all exhausted!
We staggered home, not as lost as the day before but definitely just as exhausted. We headed to a restaurant close by - 'Ristorante Strega' for another delicious meal!
Ready for a good rest - another day of adventure ahead!
... out! No sitting down, no casual atmosphere, all business. It was darn good coffee and hot chocolate though!
We headed to Piazza Novana in search of a man who does nightly finger puppet shows, but instead found a HUGE fun fair in his place. It had lots of stalls and live performances, such as a bubble man, statue imitators and a man sitting cross-legged on the ground holding a stick with another fully grown man on top. They ...
... the square (which is round...), and when we got out later it was all the way around, and starting to twist and turn... SOooo long. Anyways, at first I was a bit afraid since I forgot to wear my jeans and I was in shorts, but since they were below my knees I was ok! We walked in towards the basillica (with impressively massive pillars and sculptures everywhere you looked), and immediately ...
... 10 minutes or so on world affairs, Egypt was the topic I think. All was spoken in Italian. After the Latin mass, we were feeling quite left out, but it was an amazing experience nonetheless. After lunch and an unplanned nap it was off to the Metro, the Colosseum, the Palatine Hill and the spectacle that was Ancient Rome. So our day was all about one spectacle after another. We chose to go later in the day because of the heat, but this turned out to be ...