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... to see some of his art works. We even got a rose at the end of the evening. The bus trip home was somewhat of an adventure as well. We had a great singalong, saw some more sights of Rome and did several turns around the round a bout in front of the Republican Square Monument singing the Wheels on the Bus. Don't know what the people who were on the square thought, but we had fun. I have been reminded several times through this trip of the advantages of coming on an organised tour. I ...
... 5-6 times until the final version on display was recreated by Michelangelo. Finally, The view from the top was beautiful, and a great way to familiarize ourselves with the city! From here we headed back to our hotel after a walk around the neighborhood and settled/unpacked a little, refreshed for dinner, and shared a bottle of Prosecco in the elegant courtyard of our hotel. For dinner, we headed to Antica Taverna Mangiabene, which was a very popular place! We had a reservation ...
... the apostles, Paul and Peter. It was also (Alex tells us) the original resting place of Michelangelo, I don't need to explain who he is. The story goes that Michelangelo's tomb was at this site as his intended tomb was not finished when he died. Alex told us that as Michelangelo was a Florentine, not a Roman, his friends from florence came to the church dressed as pesants (as they were noblemen and would be hung if they were caught) and busted into ...
(We have not used the Internet for a few days, so now time for a catch up.) Friday - we knew that it would be a long day's travelling, but as we left Punta Sabbioni in the morning after a night of on and off thunderstorms, it was not one of our more memorable days. Once on the motorway, we passed Venice, Padova, Ferrara, Florence, travelling through mixed weather, starting with chilly drizzle, then to sunny and warm, but as we left the motorway to travel eastwards towards Perugia, ...
... thing. What could set your travel apart from others are the people you meet along the way. I consider myself lucky to have met the locals in Rome, and understand more about their thinking and culture.
“A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles.”
– Tim Cahill
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