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... is weird, and they were beautiful. I then caught a taxi and went and saw the Trevi Fountain, I spoke to some woman about the history of the fountain and it was so interesting, she then told me if you throw a coin over your shoulder into the fountain you can make a wish, so I got out some of my euros and through them in making a wish, I do sincerely hope they come true but hey!
I went to ...
... to Castel Fusano where we indulged in a delightful fish (late) lunch where they show you the fresh fish and shellfish to chose before cooking and serving. With sauted vongole, oysters, baby squid, and two risottos to go with the john dory and good white wine we were in heaven. To walk off the excess we strolled the 3 kms to the next town to get train home by 6:00 for canasta then ...
Finally arrived in Rome. Over an hour late leaving Amsterdam due to weather. Weather actually wasn't that bad by Canadian standards. If we had those problems when it's 0 degrees, we would hardly ever have airports open. Aside from that, all is good. Luggage ready when we got to carousel, driver met us at baggage area exit, and Fiora met us at the apartment when ...
... It's so impressive when it is running! Late afternoon I headed back to the hotel for a rest and to wait for the others. We all met up for dinner outside our hotel but on the way to meeting us David got mugged!!! Their hotel is literally a 2min walk from ours and pretty much as soon as they walked out of their hotel someone grabbed him and somehow stole all his money from his wallet, even though it was in his pocket! I swear these guys ...
... The forum was all very interesting, some of the buildings they have uncovered are from before Christ, it's crazy to think of anything so old still being here today albeit borderline totally destroyed or weathered beyond recognition (I'm talking the super old stuff here, the actual forum had buildings from many ages) I thoroughly enjoyed the experience. After walking through the old 'CBD' of Rome and gazing on the old senate building and looking up the ...