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... you remember a cartoon from the 1960’s called Mr. Magoo, which was voiced by the actor Jim Backus of Gilligan’s Island fame (he played Thurston Howell III, for those of you keeping score at home). The raison d’etre for the show was that Magoo was so nearsighted that he was virtually blind, but he had no idea of that fact, and was constantly wandering through life having adventures he didn’t comprehend and destroying unbelievably valuable ...
Today we set of at 6.30 to head to the Vatican City ,stopped at mac as for a quick breakfast then thought we would catch a taxi to where we had to go ,,,,,big ,big mistake she took us to the other side of the city and said we just have to walk thought to the next street ...
... the remains of the Curia and Pompey's Theatre - which is where Julius Caesar was stabbed). Most interesting to the kids (Matt) is that there is now a cat santuary in the Largo - hundreds of wild cats are fed there and make their homes amongst the ruins.
Further down the Corso is the church of Sant'Andrea della Valle, which is a beautiful Baroque church. It is the setting for Act One in the opera Tosca (which ends at the Castel S'Angelo), and was for a long time ...
So the weather forecast is scattered thunder storms, for both today and tomorrow. I really wanted to see the Borghetto Flaminio, which is only open on Sundays, so I decided to risk getting wet. I brought the umbrella that I bought in Naples (it fits into a pocket in my knock-off purse!) but decided it was too warm to wear, or even bring, my sweatshirt. Borghetto Flaminio is a flea market located in a former bus garage over near Piazza ...
We arrived at the second major train station in Rome, Tiburtina station, at dusk. Our hotel was a 2km walk from the station but after we passed through all of the 'undesirables' outside the station we realised it was a pretty nice neighbourhood. The bloke that checked us into our hotel was a bit strange but luckily a pretty nice place to stay. The hotel was roughly 5km from the city for some reason we had to leave our keys with reception every time we left so we didn't lose the ...