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... the branded store or on line!
Frette is out, so off to Loro Piana…..we did SO WELL with them back in 2010 – made out like bandits at their Chianti store. Here….not so much. The prices on clothing have exploded…still trying to figure out why? Nothing affordable, absolutely NOTHING! Not to mention the styles weren’t any great shakes. Oh well. So, now where?? Ferragamo. Hmmm, ...
... spends time here due to his simplistic lifestyle choices. The papal residence is not that large, and the town itself is very small. However, there is a basilica where the pope says mast for the Feast of the Assumption every year. The basilica was also designed by Bernini. Unfortunately, we were not able to go inside because a wedding was taking place that day!
The next town we visited was the town of Nemi. This town sits on top of a hill looking down ...
... way. After a stop for a drink, we find our way back to the Victor Emmanuel II memorial (which Amanda, our new friend from yesterday, calls "the typewriter building"), and prepare to branch off on one last short shopping street. However a few spots of rain soon change our mind, and as we have no umbrellas with us today we dash for the nearest cab — which are a reasonable price here — and head ...
... I decided to walk over to the Pantheon just to see if yesterday’s rain was still dripping through the oculus (it wasn’t—silly, I know). I passed a Tourist Information kiosk on the way and stopped in to purchase a Roma Pass. The 3-day pass doesn't begin until the first time you use it so I have time to plan my strategy!
I stopped into Santa Maria sopra Minerva, thinking I might happen upon some Sunday morning music, but it was very quiet. ...
... has been there for over 2000 years and the Romans actually went through it...it was liberated during WWII by the Canadian Military as was the city of Campobasso, hence why they LOVE Canadians.
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p.s Here are the pics of my father's town - the one's of Rome will coming shortly - they are in my other camera - and it is still there, parents are using it - ugh..so be patient.