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... and several stops to take in the sights along the way. Thirteen of us from Australia and Canada had a great night.
So much food and variety.
1. Prosciutto, ricotta and honey, cheese, artichoke crostini, deer polenta and another polenta, bread and wines.
2. Twice fried organic artichoke in the Jewish Ghetto, a delicacy..
3. Thin based tomato and cheese pizza and medium base pizza with fresh mozzarella, fresh tomato and basil. (And beer)
4. Chickpea and ...
... style="line-height: 15.859999656677246px;">Tuesday started off the same as Monday. However, for the afternoon, I was going to take two of my guy buddies with me to a town called Grottoferrata. There is an old Basilian monastery in this small town that has roots back to before the Great Schism in 1054. Even after the schism, it remained a Catholic monastery. (I guess that is what happens when you build a monastery in the shadow of Castel Gondolfo). Unfortunately, the bus was ...
... we got out on the deck to take some photographs and video. Either side of the Straits are two pylons which used to carry high voltage electricity across to Sicily. The cables would have prevented us from transiting the strait but they have now been replaced by underwater cables. There is a plan to build a bridge across the Messina Strait but this has been shelved whilst Italy saves up or Angel Merkel decides Europe can afford ...
... animals were kept. It is remarkable that this structure was built in only 8 years - I am certain the modern Italians couldn't do it, or the modern Australians - and they did it without heavy machinery or cranes! Matthew was in his element, asking questions of the guide nonstop! We then went up...and up...and up, to the highest level that is accessible. Not only did this have great views over the Colosseo, but a fantastic view of the Roman Forum, where we were ...
... lots about the gladiators.
We caught public bus to Campo di Fiori much to Tony's parents happiness, we really liked the square and market stalls, though the market had closed by the time we finished our lunch. The restaurant we found was a nice, family-run cafe with good food. The staff were really lovely, including the daughter of the owner who said "Ciao mama" about 20 times before she left the cafe playing up to her audience that ...
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