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... into something of extreme historical or religious significance. There are ruins, monuments, statues, basilicas, and fountains around every street corner, every one more beautiful than the next. It's frankly more than anyone could hope to absorb in a lifetime. But even though it can be a little overwhelming at times, meandering through the streets of Rome is a unique and rewarding experience.
Our first outing was to the famous Villa Borghese park. ...
... from Jesus life. The front wall had paintings depicting their version of the plan of redemption. Anyway, no photos were allowed in the chapel, then we went through to St Peters Basilica. It was ridiculously big and ornate; astonishingly majestic. You can just see the incredible wealth within the Catholic church. About 40,000 people stream through the Vatican every day which would also be keeping the Kophers full.
Following this we walked to museum near the Tiber ...
... best places. Here they offered lots of flavours with no milk, some you most normally would see containing milk. They had the usual fruit ones, strawberry, melon, pears, all sorts of different berries but also almond, hazelnut, ,coffee and chocolate. I took a scoop of strawberry and one of hazelnut. For some reason all the gelato places offer 2,3, 4 and 5 scoops but no single scoops. Maybe no one here would even consider having just one. It is our last night in Rome. The evening is ...
... sorbet wasn't the only local specialty vino we enjoyed. For Troy's birthday I had arranged a surprise full-day winery tour to visit one if the oldest vineyards in the region, which still has a portion of the original castle settlement from the 1100's; Castello Verrazzano. And, as we learned in the Czech Republic, Troy has a great love of castles and history. Nestled away in the hills of the Chianti region of Tuscany, it was the perfect way to spend the ...
I flew into Rome where my Contiki started and bused off down to Pompeii. We did a walking tour of the town that was once buried by volcanic ash. It was amazing to see how preserved it left the Roman ruins from thousands of years ago. There were even mold's of people made from a cast left in the rock hard ash. We stayed in Sorento that night, a beautiful coastal town that overlooks the volcano Mt Vesuvius. From Sorento we too a boat out to the Isle of Capri. Its warm blue ...