San Daniele Bundi House
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... enough that still have everything, stores blending in with all the laneway shops. And at today's we found a whole special room in the store dedicated to pasta...tomatoes, olives and grissinis. We stocked up on a little more than toothpaste ...things that we affectionately call apartment supplies. This morning I finally did the local thing and bought fruit from the market stalls in our square. The stall holders only spoke Italian so I just held out my handful ...
September 5, 2014
Second day in Rome
As mentioned in a previous post we purchased "Omnia" cards. The office at the Vatican closed early yesterday. Reading the fine print, they can also be picked up at the Termini Train station (on one off their hop on buses). After hiking to Termini we discovered they don't really issue them on the bus but we could catch a free ride on the bus back to the OMP Office at the Vatican. ...
... with a beautiful golden mosaic. If that wasn't enough, sometime in the 1850s while undertaking some renovations they discovered a whole other basilica hidden beneath the floor of the current church, and beneath that a first century AD Roman street complete with houses and a pagan temple! It's a fascinating place - especially when you realize just how much the ground level has risen in a couple of thousand years. You can easily walk around on both ...
... view of the Roman Forum. Well someone either forgot to turn on most of the loght or there were a lot of blown globes. Very disappointing. From there I walked down the Imperial Road toward the Colossuem, that didnt disappoint. Amazing. Then home safely by 11pm. A late one for me.
... the colosseum from the outside and we went to the pantheon, and a few plazas, which are just big squares usually with lots of statues and fountains. Not sure where the day went... We did a lot of walking. For dinner we discovered the most amazing invention. Apertivo. It's very Italian, they eat dinner really late here like 10pm so between the hours of 6-9pm there are lots of places where you can go and buy a drink and then have as much as you want from a table of ...