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... Forum (with her newly acquired knowledge of Roman architecture!) and then return to the Augustus exhibition for a longer look around, while Michael fancied finding the chess players cafe we saw last year, so we agreed to meet at the cin cin bar later for pre dinner drinks. We each had a great time exploring our bits of Rome, but, as you will see from the photos, the real star of the day was Liam, who thoroughly explored the Forum, and even tried to climb the ...
... Thursday morning). Once that was all sorted I just wandered around going back to the places I liked the most last year, colosseum, Trevi fountain, pantheon, gelato shops. It was nice just being able to cruise at my own pace and not be in any kind of rush. I'm glad I came to Rome last year because this time the colosseum and the Trevi fountain had lots of scaffolding around it, the Trevi fountain was pretty much completely covered and wasn't ...
Last day in Europe. Didn't want to go to see (or pay) one more museum. We decided to go to a park. We chose Villa Borghese Gardens because is was next to a Metro stop just three stops away from us. In 1605, the former vineyard was transformed into Roman gardens. It reminded us a lot of our Balboa Park. It was shaped like a heart on the map. :). It has a zoo, carousel, Old Globe theater, dog park, museums, lots of trees and a small lake.it was ...
... some supper together. After an awesome sleep we met Fr Jo today for brekky in 'the cafeteria' here at the house, then after arranging our transfer to Sorrento for Saturday, Bernard and I headed out onto the streets of Rome. Veering out of the General House it was surreal to see the Colosseum right in front of us. They really are located in a magic spot! We had a beautiful walk around the Colosseum, Roman Forum, ...
... which bypassed the queues so we headed in with the group and then set off on our own once we cleared security.
It was a great visit as we spent time looking at some of the maps and frescos again, enjoying them as we focussed on these items. We also spend a while sat in the Sistine chapel enjoying the frescos on the walls and ceiling. We had hoped to join the Basilica tour but we just missed it so we caught the bus to the Vittorio Emanuel ...