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... a welcome respite from the walking, and the food was really good.
After dinner, we walked back to the apartment – back across the Ponte Sant’Angelo and along the Tiber River. The views at night of the basilica and castle were stunning. Despite our fatigue, we had to have another gelato visit – the guy at the shop is getting to know us now!
Another big day in Rome; happy to get some rest now!
... the centre of Barcelona and as he peddled he told us about his city, it was such a pleasant way to travel. We went into the department store Le Corte Fngles, thinking it would be a bit different to what we have at home, but it's just the same as D J's or Myers, so we left without buying anything. Then we wondered back through the lane ways and streets one opening on to a garden and playground, the garden was bright and happy planted in yellow and the children playing next door, ...
... Capitolini Hill. It is one of the hills in Rome, seeped in the history of Romulus and Remus. There are some mighty sculptures there and beautiful architecture. It was built after Michelangelo's death but according to his design.
We then headed off to the Vatican. St Peter's leaves me speechless...simple, clean, elegant structures yet such pure beauty. It is simplistic in its majesty.
We had booked into the Necropolis tour, so the ...
The flight was very smooth and we arrived right on time in Rome. Customs was a breeze and we were soon on our way to the InterContinental De La Vile Roma right above the Spanish Steps. Frabrizo, our cab driver, gave us a tour of the city as we were driving to the hotel.
The hotel staff is fantastic and our room was ready right away. We headed up, checked things out, took showers then rested for a bit. Early afternoon we ...
... world famous landmark, and it too was even more impressive when seen with a real pair of eyes. What I didn't realise until I got there is that there's a "showy" side to the Coliseum and a "back" side. The showy side is the one you'll be more familiar with, because it's the one they want the world to see, and the backside is where they stole all of the iron piping and left everything exposed and bare.
After that was the Fountain of ...