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Travel Blogs from Rome
... was pretty easy for me to do. I was still dealing with my foot injury from Portugal and could not wear shoes. The temperature was probably 30 degrees and I was wearing sandals. My feet have definitely been warmer. I actually saw a few people point down towards my feet as they passed by us with puzzled looks on their faces. I could imagine the conversations in the car. "Did you see that poor homeless man trying to hitchhike? He doesn't have shoes ...
... across my bridge (Ponte Sisto—I really do think of it as mine!) towards Piazza Navona. I spotted what looked like the stands at Campo de Fiori, even though I thought that market wasn't open on Sundays, and sure enough there were some vendors there (although not nearly as many as every other morning).
I had just seen a YouTube video about visiting Campo de Fiori in the fall that made me want some fresh pomegranate juice. It was 4 Euro for a small cup (it takes ...
... unfortunately my swiss army knife was on the list. So I declare it up front and ask the security guard if I could leave it nearby and pick it up on the way out - no surprise to there answer really, my option was to leave in in the square somewhere or throw it away - which just wasn't an option as I got it 25 years ago in Switzerland and I wasn't about to part with it. So I thought I would skulk off to an obscure corner and hide it behind ...
... its homes or shops. After dark, we picked an area just out of people-sound reach. It was here, where Rome and the night became magical - a veritable paradise for the romantic and urban hiker alike.
Correction: The below statement regarding the Christ's crucifixion is wrong.The painting of the crucifixion that stands behind the altar of Sant Andrea della Vella is actually a depiction of the crucifixion of Sant Andrea.
Really late night on our night tour adventure.
So tired we had a bit of a sleep in, then i ventured out to find coffee and croissants for brekkie.
Lots of time for blogging and catch up downloading photos etc, reading and sudoko.
Our plan today was to head out to Romes' Zooilogical Museum, housing speciemans of ...
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