Palazzo Del Duca House
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Today is a drive day from Florence to Rome. There has been a lot of sleeping and watching some episodes of An Idiot Abroad while chilling out on the coach. The drive today is much shorter than the others though, only about four hours all up (five if we get ****** traffic) with a nice long stop in the middle in the town of Oriveto. Oriveto is perched high up on a hill accessible by a strange train/cable car hybrid called a ...
... see. We really did get in early, just a few other groups there, maybe 40 people? And we had 25 whole minutes just to take it all in. On Patrick's first trip to Rome in 2005, he didn't see the chapel because the cardinals were meeting to elect the next Pope (but he WAS in the square for the first blessing by Pope Benedict, and our son was too!!) There is nothing to say to do justice to this. And ...
... Three Coins in a Fountain", "Roman Holiday" and "La Dolce Vita". Legend has it that before moving off, you should throw a coin in the fountain, thereby ensuring your return to Rome. Apparently, "those seeking a little romance, perhaps even an Italian love, should then toss a second, with a third coin to making sure wedding bells will soon be chiming." Sounds a bit like a plan to boost the city coffers [it has been reported that the city ...
... work by an Italian Scientist in helping the Chinese. Also there was a lot of the building using the older Diocletian Baths which made for some interesting corners and walls.
Following the route as before we passed the thermometer, which now read 34.5degC, and went on to the Piazza di Trevi. Half of the piazza is taken up with the Trevi fountain and it is the largest fountain we have seen so far. We wandered on and had an evening meal at the Rosa ...
... to wake up. We all showered after the long day, brushed our teeth, and went to bed. It took me about 1 second to fall asleep after my head hit the pillow. And I would imagine I may have snored a little bit, too.
Today we're off to Barcelona. Right now it's about 7am, the girls are all still sleeping. I'm going to shower quickly, run out for a coffee and to get some pastries before they run out of the good stuff. We'll get ourselves packed and head to the airport around 11am.