Palazzo Del Duca House
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... and you have to paint the plaster before it dries)! There is no painting over your mistakes as you go apparently! At the end, when we were in the Basilica... Some of those sculptures... One of the artists had made marble look like curtain fabric! How insane is that! And apparently there is a rule in Rome that no building can be as tall as the basilica (which is approximately 11 stories)! This is why there's are no tall buildings in Rome. Go figure right? ...
... and a take-out order of sandwiches (eggplant, and turkey with spinach on delicious rolls) made in Castroni’s deli section. Thankfully, Lucy remembered that our chocolate horde was also dwindling, so she took care of that problem as well.
After returning to the apartment with the goodies from Castroni, they proceeded to the local grocery store (where Dee inadvertently lost one of her grocery carry bags) for milk, eggs, and ...
... Mass just outside. The queue to get into St. Peter's was an hour twenty long! We decided St. Peter's could wait until the following day. So we walked to the only island in the Tiber river (or at least in Rome). When we set off it didn't seem far, it soon seemed a long way away. The gelato shops/coffee shops were all very full so we headed to the Jewish quarter and had gelato from a kosher gelato shop. We then decided to walk to St Clemente, which meant walking Past the Circus ...
A sidewalk cafe' with bruchetta and antipasta and a beer was a lovely rest stop. Today we went on a half day tour to the Catacombs, Appian Way and the Aquaducts but Steve will tell you about that later. I didn't want to visit the Catacombs so waited outside until the tour was over. Thought I would visit the gift store - boy was it religious!! I walked around looking at everything, not being Catholic not understanding anything. ...
... the outside of the Roman Ruins and got royally harassed by flower sales people. Apparently every girl wants some agressive little man shoving roses in her nose when she is having a tender "Holy crud we're in Rome" moment. But hey, maybe it's normally a solid business model.
That night we went out for dinner at a seafood restaurant the hostel owner suggested. It was so tasty, their traditional fish encased in salt was so good and it was impressive watching them crack it out of ...