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... and there are great views looking over Rome. It is wonderful to have the time to see parts of Rome we didn’t know existed. Piazza Garibaldi was amazing and full of great statues once again. It is good to see that the Italians are still making various significant monuments to their great. And it didn’t rain today – not yet anyway – felt quite warm outside – we took our warmer coats and became quite ...
... bad but didn't go in to buy.. Did buy a scarf from a street vendor after much haggling. Bruno was proud of me, but I'm sure he still diddled me! Returned and had lunch at a small trattoria near hotel - very pleasant and good food. Found the hotel we stay in when we come back -just around the corner, so will probably eat there again. Tonight we had our welcome dinner in a ...
... town hadn't
been closed in memory of some saint. It reminded me of a very good
friend who visited Paris only to find it closed because of the Tour
de France. There was a lot to see, the buildings were very ornate, a
lot with beautiful pictures painted on them, pretty bridges across
the lake outlet and fabulous bakeries – mainly sweet stuff. We had
vouchers to be used when we visited the Rolex show room and we all
received a ...
... it's just too good. Back at the campsite we were informed there was a toga party going on. "Fantastic", we thought. "Now all we need to do is figure out how to tie this sheet into something that resembles a toga and find some leafy vines for our heads!" I was in histerics. One way I tied it my ass was hanging out, but that was better than tying it the other way and having something else hang out. So I made do with what I did and we danced like Romans into the night! ...
... It snaked all the way across St Peters square. Change plans again. Sent the folks a postcard (which I will probably beat home) and then went in search of a cafe with wifi. So the first part of my day was spent drinking coffee, early lunch, glass of wine, writing my memoirs and watching the hustle & bustle of Rome. Not in the LP guide but still a very nice way to spend some time.
Around 2 I headed off on the tour of the ...