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... floor but thankfully there is a small lift so bags didn't have to be lugged up. The kids were so excited to see Luke and Aidan (who in turn were very impressed with our 3 Turkish lira each DVD collection) and it was great to see Dave and Michelle and catch up on their adventures. For our first night dinner the men got sent out to find us some Pizza's for dinner and for dessert we headed out to the (apparently famous) geleteria 50m down the road. It was very good!
... over to the forum ruins and more amazing history. To think that we were walking on the same cobble stones as the ancient Romans! Beautiful sunny day- must be unbearable here in the height of summer!
One of my old friends (thank you Andrew!) wrote this to me in an email before we left on our overseas adventure... "I like to say that Paris is a pampered queen still in full command of her ...
... br> Of course, nothing in Sam's limited wardrobe was prepared for the high 30s, and so much to Dave's amusement, Sam wore her nightie out to dinner (with a bra underneath and a shirt on top)!
We left our dinner run quite late to try to beat the heat, and so we were lucky to find a really nice little taverna still open and happy to serve us. It was a very lovely end to a very exciting and rewarding ...
... the place all to myself, with Michel of course! Yeahhhh!
Well you should know that being surrounded by ruins of several important ancient buildings in the center of the city of Rome, I enjoyed every single minute of it. As I walked around, I passed right next to impressive surviving structures while others stood in ruins next to gigantic columns reaching for the ...
... Pantheon yet! We made our way there (less than 100 meters). It was the most impressive thing we saw today. It is in perfect condition. I could gawk for hours. We did not. We left, found the vino shop, purchased some great goodies along the way (a bag for me, a journal for Brandon, some little carving to make into an ornament). We returned to the room. Feet aching and exhausted, tired of people. I slept; Brandon fixed ...