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... of gourmet food and drinks. La Boquieria has a different flare. In my opinion, it's like a wet market with a number of different eateries here and there. Some stalls sell fresh meats (fish, pork, beef), fresh fruits and vegetables, combination of both, nuts, spices, et al. Everything you can think of in a wet market. The eateries offer wide variety of meals depending on their specialties.....there's one that makes fresh crepes (yum!)....one known ...
... my favorite days, small town Italy! Day started out beautifully in the little town we stayed at the night before. Woke up to the sound of church bells outside our window, I loved that! The hotel had an amazing breakfast, great cappuccino, yummy pastries and fruit. We walked around for a awhile, and is so enjoyed the small town atmospheres from the day before and this morning. It did this small town Kansas girls heart good. There was much more of ...
... even after some German tourist stood up in support of our dilema. Any hoo, we had to walk to the Forum, so we did. What an absolutely amazing place, such a huge space with so much incredible ruins, building, statues and columns. It is so hard to try to get and see everything. We gave it our best shot however. Once again the boys just kept on keeping on with only the ocassional complaint about whos turn it is to carry the bag now. We spent 4 hours trying to absorb ...
... somewhere for our lunch. Not too far away we strike a place that doesn't look too touristy. The lack of a staff member outside the door trying to lure us in pleases Suzanne and Marco, so we venture inside and take a table for four. The inside looks very nice, and by the end of the meal I decide that this is our best dining discovery in Rome — it certainly wins the prize for the place I would most like to come back to, so it's rotten luck that we have only discovered it ...
... It was possible that he may have had gladiator ancestors. He gave us a really good run down of the bloody history of the Coliseum, and not only was it informative but he was funny which helped it all to sink in.
The construction of the Colosseum began in 72 AD and it was completed in just 8 years – an astonishing achievement for the builders at the time. It is a towering structure measuring some 500 feet across, and it ...