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... pasta + the freshest and most delicious seafood is a win every. single. time. As I was eating it I knew how jealous my mom would be, so I had to take a picture. Honestly, if I could just blog about food, I could totally do that, too.
So fast forward to the morning, we started our tour at the Coliseum and then made our way throughout the city, going to the Roman Forum, ...
... as well as a magnificent Moses. We met a local guide, Alessandra, who gently but inexorably led us through, in the next 3 hours, the Coliseum, the Forum, up Capitoline Hill, and to the Pantheon. I'll let the photos tell it. Then Martin herded us another 15 minutes or so, past the Gesu church and some Jesuit buildings, to our dinner at the Trattoria der Pallaro. We had a great meal, which the owner has been serving, lunch and dinner, for 35 years. There ...
I woke up feeling very rested...went for breakfast at the local coffee/pastry shop. Giuseppe provides me with a coupon for coffee and a pastry for each breakfast....wonderful pastries and wonderful coffee. The owner also speaks English. I bought bus tickets : 6€ for an all day pass and 1.5€ for one fare good for 100 minutes. From there, by bus, I went looking for the ...
... gross things. Then we went on the second half of the tour with another lady named Jill who took us to Palatine hill which is where there were old building that had fallen down and gardens and stuff like that. After we finished the tour we went back to our apartment and rested for a while then we went to a little pizza shop and got a little pizza for dinner, it was nice for a quick little dinner because we were still full from lunch so we didn't want anything too ...
... of the Pope who wanted the statues, and to the sculptors and artists. The pomp and pageantry and ornateness and sheer size were overwhelming with no reverence or opportunity to spend a reflective moment.
In the afternoon we went for a walk to see the Roman Forum, the Monument Vittorio Emanuele and other antiquities on the way. A pleasant wander round the city. Our hotel is very central so we are able to see ...