Palazzo Del Duca House
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... to give in. I kept on walking, while discussing WHY he was wrong (we needed to be closer to the river, and cross the bridge to get to our destination (Castel San’Angelo) SO…as I kept on walking in my direction (which he KNEW was wrong) we ended up right where I wanted us to be…..the Bernini Bridge. I WIN. From that moment on, he never doubted my sense of direction…..in Rome that is. Anywhere ...
Today is our last day in Rome, it is with great sorrow that we leave the Eternal City, perhaps because we have the feeling that this was the last time we'll visit this wonder of the world, memories of the city will always be with us.
Today we visited San Giovanni Latterano, the See of Rome,this is the Bishopric of the Pope. The Basilica is magnificent, with sculptures, paintings, ...
... it (luckily Shanah managed to). The only exhibit I found interesting was the Egyptian exhibit that the tours skipped. It was more history than art and was pretty much empty. My advice is don't waste your time here unless you like sculptures of old mens heads and paintings A LOT, if you must go then go in the afternoon and skip the tour you will save 35 euros and see more of the museum. Shanah on the other hand enjoyed the whole experience so made the day worthwhile. For dinner ...
... for July in Rome. Another great homemade dinner (see pictures) and then Happy Birthday singing to Oscar. We're staying in tonight to pack and get ready to leave tomorrow. After 3 weeks of traveling together, we say goodbye to the Meyers tomorrow as they fly to Germany and we fly to Switzerland. We've so enjoyed spending extended time with them, and the kids have had so much fun. Time to pack...our apartment in Wilderswil, Switzerland has wifi so more to ...
Saturday: Well, we started our tour today. I don't know what we expected, but I was a bit surprised when We walked on and it seemed that we were on a large coach, about 80% full of American retirees! Let's just say that we will be looking out for any younger travellers, but we will enjoy ourselves either way! So far no Aussies that we're aware of! We are on the coach to Assisi, then later today on to Florence. Assisi: well, it turns out that ...