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... is also located in the Etruscan museum. Along with pottery, Rome adopted the idea of kingship from the Etruscans. While trading and eventually conquering the Etruscans, Rome took notice of the leadership throughout and decided to adopt this form of leadership for their many conquests throughout the world. This artifact is important because it represents a people group that had a large influence on ...
... the local neighbourhood bars and restaurants full of young people having fun and the dolche vitae. You would never have realised it was there as the main streets were quiet. What an amazing place, we haven't even scratched the surface, just wish it wasn't so humid. Tonight we meet our guide and fellow tourists who will do a 10 day tour of Contrasts Of Italy Tour hosted by Trafalgar tours. We think this will be hard work so are resting up for this evening. We see a 7:45 start ...
... and North African families grilling lamb. Enterprising young men roll coolers through the crowd selling large bottles of cold beer. A couple thousand folks are sitting on a steep grass slope. We hear intermittent cheering. As we approach, we realize it is a giant karaoke party. Folks from the audience jump up on the stage to sing show tunes, pop ballads and folk songs. The joyous audience claps and sings along. This is a city that knows how to have fun. After a ...
... gelato. Tonight I dine with Ronny, Santi, Luke, Vanessa and Paula. All are avid photographers and are really easy going. Aside from Paula, all are Australian and live within half an hour of me. As we continue through the night there are musicians who play the flute and guitar and serenade the women in the house. They also pay tribute to Papparotti. Before the night ends, the maître de comes around and hands a rose to all the women in the room for a kiss in return. I'll tell you ...
After not going out at all yesterday, I felt like I needed a good, robust, day of sightseeing today—ha! Plus it looks like we're forecast to have rain again, starting this Saturday, and continuing for a few days (although that keeps changing, of course). So I headed over to Piazza della Repubblica to take in some of the Walking Rome route, Leterano to Terme Diocleziano. I also wanted to check out the Termini Station where I’ll be catching ...