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... of highly engineered roads-enough to circle the globe nearly twice- were built to connect this empire. A short walk from The Forum, Rome had built the Colesseum, a staggering marvel of engineering. Originally called the Flavian Amphitheatre, construction started in 72 A.D. and was completed by 80 A.D. under Emperor Titus. On opening day, ...
... they had only come up from the farm that day. Food heaven. This was accompanied by some house wine, a local variety of course - this part of Tuscany producing many top quality wines - and followed by coffees. Fantastic! As Arnie might say “We’ll be back”.
How do you ‘top’ a meal like that? Well, only one way isn’t there? and eventually, we found ourselves back at the ice cream parlour for another highlight of the day. ...
... apartment has the buzzer on the outside wall. There is a heavy outside door on the street, a locked grill door inside, a 3 person lift, a locked door to the apartment and then of course to our room. We received instruction on how to operate all these and a phone and number for "Mr Bruno" if it didn't work. Craig was called "Mr Craig." The room was a good size, finished in blue "the blue room" with brocade (fabric) on the walls. The window overlooks the lane/road, but ...
... me to get my bearings somewhat...got off in a couple of places, one being the Vatican City. I walked to St.Peters Square...its huge, and long line-ups to get into the basilica...walked around and then got back on the bus. Took the metro from Termini to San Giovanni and then it's a ten minute walk home...stopped for pizza which I ate later on that evening since my huga pizza lunch was late ...
The girls take us to their favorite place for our last meal.
It was a funky Mexican restaurant that made amazing margaritas for happy hour.
Accidently staying past happy hour on purpose we needed a change from the
aggressive Mexican scenery. We returned to the annual routine of hopping
between bars and clubs. The drinks at the clubs were too expensive so we drank
at bars in between dancing at clubs. Not a bad system. The highlight of the