Rome Holidays - Via Del Pavone
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... other ideas. The first couple of places we stopped at were closing (noting that it was about 3pm), finally we stumbled across a random café that had some sandwiches left. As we were hungry and thirsty, took what we could get and boy was it tasty. Who would have thought a simple cheese and salami sandwich would be so good. Having eaten, we walked back to the train station and boarded our private train back to the port. Fun fact: The name Civitavecchia means ‘ancient ...
... one of the greatest experiences I have ever had and I am so grateful.
After a week of finals and goodbye dinners, with Father John for his birthday, Dr. Borghese, Professor Boyd, and Monica and her husband Fabio, it is actually time to leave. We spent thursday walking around Rome doing some last minute shopping and sight seeing as well as pastry and gelato eating. It is all so ...
... overwhelming and I could have just stayed in that entire room all day.
Seriously, if anyone ever gets the chance, Rome is certainly a place to be. There is non-stop activity of museums if that is what you want and each is more stunning than the next.
*Tips from Rome
1. If anyone hands you anything, don't take it! The birds and the palm reading both costed money but my friend and I expected to pay for it. People ...
... selling local jewellery etc so of course we couldn't help ourselves and ended up buying things. Washed down shopping with some Yuma ice cream. I don't know why it tastes so good but it is. I had pistachio and orange,almond. Refrained from licking the bowl but was tempted.
Anyway will try and find somewhere to up load some photos as I am using Jessie's iPad to write this
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... way to the Forum: we tripped over an almost-as-ancient church. The Santa Maria Maggiore Church is so named because it is Rome's biggest basilica that was built to honor Mary. The basic building was constructed during the 430s (that's right, the 5th century), and it is still contained beneath the present baroque exterior. Inside, the church walls ornately depict in golden mosaics and molding some of the Mary-and-Jesus stories. And adding to the interior's decor, there are ...