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... on our way to the Trevi Fountain, ALSO under restoration. Seems like most of Rome is under scaffolding this year! Finally we head back, collect our bags, say our goodbyes-for-now, and make our way to Termini for our overnight train to Messina in Sicily. Nothing felt more good than that moment when I laid my head down on my pillow and stretched out my legs. I think that it will be a good night.
... across. I didnt go past the front enterance hall as there was fee. There is a famous blood stained cloth contained in the church which legend has comes from some bleeding bread used in mass 800 years ago. Blah blah blah.
It took a while but I found the villages ramparts and some amazing views.
After the train ride home I walked from Termini station to the baths of Diocletian and Piazza della Republicca. ...
... shutters either side, in various states of peel! At street level, coffee shops and little bistros selling paninis, with a whole range of scrummy fillings! We went to Seņor Panini, where the owner told us that his brother lived in Mt Eden in Auckland! My panini was stuffed full of olives, peppers, aubergines and Mark's was stuffed with chicken, lettuce and mayonnaise - 3 Euro each - bargain (not bad for Rome, eh?).
Having had our ...
... fashionable thing to do around this part of Italy at this time of year so I though, 'Sod it, when in Rome…' After filling my bottle a few more times it was time to find Greg. During my time in the colosseum I'd did find it strange that there was not a company called Gladia-Tours! That would have been perfect and I would have happily paid through the nose to be shown around ...
... which is just about 15 minutes walking from our hostel. It was here I learned that, while Tony has a very impressive knowledge of European history, he needs to brush up on his Roman history just a bit :p For starters he called it the Parthenon (sigh) and said its architecture was designed so that a perfect cube could fit inside of it (it's a sphere) and he said we'd get to see where Michelangelo was buried (it's Raphael) but I love him anyway :) After the Pantheon we walked ...