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... out in the afternoon.
We had some tasty Cicchetti (Italian tapas) for dinner near our hotel. pickled fish (sardines and anchovies), eggplant, croquettes, yumm.
After dinner we went for a long walk to view across the Grand Canal at night. It was just stunningly beautiful.
Another train the next morning, this time to Florence. Another beautiful city. After we were settled in, we walked up to Piazza Michelangelo in the ...
... which ran from 10:00 am to about 1:00 pm. The hotel restaurant opened at 6:00 am, where we had breakfast and made sandwiches and bottled water. We packed Mom's back pack with our
lunch plus candy, umbrellas and ponchos. And we started walking the short route we had scouted out on SATURDAY.
But, man plans and God laughs! As we walked out off the hotel onto the street just being lighted by the sun, there were police ...
... at the end of the nineteenth century. Back down the road a little to catch a bus home: a very chilly thirty-minute wait, despite it being rush hour. Although we've seen only a tiny part of Rome so far, I'm yet to see the incredible bustle that everyone talks about. After some online restaurant research, we head for nearby "Archetto II", reportedly the best pasta in the Trastevere area. It's good, but not great, and I ...
... first 50 rows of stone seating or the remaining rows of wooden palisades, hence we headed for the top straight away. Seriously, if I haven't lost my audience , check the pics. Unguided, we could only access the second tier and Lower tier, and although there were a few envied looks at those few people either at the very top, or down in the underground sections, there was enough majestic viewing not to care. The 2nd tier was surrounded by a comprehensive ...