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Today we visited the Vatican museum and saw all the amazing artwork. We had walked past the garden where pope Benedict lives, and where the two popes meet and talk. We then walked through the Sistine chapel and saw Michelangelo's amazing artwork. We then went into St Peters basilica and saw all the other ...
... s and wows from everyone on the tour. There are some amazing tapestries on the walls as well as the ceilings and statues. After our whirlwind tour we had slices of pizza and gelato for lunch then off to the colosseum. This was magnificent but again very overwhelming as it was so crowded. Took some amazing shots!! Back to the hotel for a dip in the pool and then headed off to a gorgeous little restaurant ( as our hotel is not within walking distance of anywhere - thanks ...
... wow" - if this is what a backstreet parish church in Rome looks like..... the marble, the altars, and the ceiling painting.......stunning!
We then took in the Pantheon - and what an impressive structure that is.....both inside and outside. Commissioned by Marcus Agrippa during the reign of Augustus and rebuilt by the emperor Hadrian about 126 AD, the building is best described as circular with a portico of large granite Corinthian columns. There ...
... amazing. To finish off the evening we decided to go to the Trevi fountain and Spanish Steps. The Trevi Fountain was very crowded and the Spanish Steps very underwhelming. However we did throw a coin over our left shoulder into the fountain meaning that one day we will both returned to Italy. We had a great day today with Susan, Annie and Kirsty. We were home by about midnight. Was a very long ...
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Suggestion: when the rice is almost cooked, drain it and add it to the frying pan with the red cabbage and gorgonzola sauce. Add double cream if you want to make it creamier, and save some of the water from the pot as ...