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... laughing. She had been told by someone these 3 sentences, but we reassured her it was okay, not everyone is out to get you. We continue on after stop laughing to a restaurant where we sit down for dinner. Most of us have a light meal as it is so hot.
By this stage it's 9.30 ish so walk to Piazza Venezia, The Colosseum and then back to the hotel to rest our weary feet! Tomorrow is going to be a little more relaxing. Buona Notte tutti!
... We then spied a form of transport that we had yet to embark on and were soon peddling furiously around the park in a quad-cycle (power assisted, so not too bad). It was very funny; the kids were sitting on the front and shouting out ciao to everyone we passed. Everybody waved back and we all ended up in hysterics. It was Bronte's choice for dinner. Well . . . she's six, never been in Rome before and mostly interested in sausages and snow peas. We suggested that ...
... a kiss of greeting. We had finally made it. After six months of planning to be at the Olimpico on this specific day, we had made it.
Having qualified for the Champions League for the first time since 2007, the fans were in full voice as they egged their team on in the closing minutes towards kick-off.
I had been at the Olimpico before, for last year’s Roman derby Coppa Italia, but I never sat in the Tribuna Tevere.
... each panel of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore. ...
Pinch of onion powder
Pinch of garlic powder
Handful of fresh basil, chopped
Salt and pepper, to taste
1. In a large stockpot, sauté garlic until soft and fragrant in 2 tbsp. of olive oil, about 2 minutes.
2. Pour in the tomato paste, tomato puree, and seasoning, including the fresh basil. Stir to mix well. With the 6 oz. can from the tomato paste, fill ...