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... instead. So I was rather excited when we said we would so Dad Davidson didn't have to do as much walking. So we did the full lap on the bus of everywhere it takes you then after we decided to start jumping off at a few different places. We went to the Pantheon, which was quite nice and also to the Trevi Fountain! The most distressing thing for me, however, the Trevi Fountain was shut, covered in scaffolding and drained for reconstruction!! So I didn't get to throw in my ...
... and we were priveleged to go down into the wine cellar and taste some lovely red wine plus several appetisers. Every step down represented 75 years of anicent Roman history, and there were a lot of steps.
We then visited a traditional biscuit factory, a salumeri (deli), a pizza place, a traditional bakery, a restaurant for local pasta and more wine, then we had a surprise. Thanks to our lovely guide, Sarah, we were able to gain access to an old Farmicia (pharmacy) which was ...
Welcome to Roma. Today we touched down in the capital of Italy and it's wonderful. There was around a 5 hour drive to get here from Venice where we made a small stop over in the designer outlet capital. This was a lovely shopping destination constructed outside with small side streets, rivers a bridges. We enjoyed pizza at one of the small cafés for lunch with Michelle which was ...
... in millions and millions of churches. Fun Fact, there is literally a church on every corner in Rome - not exaggerating. We then went into a quaint little church and the priest was SO nice, but did not speak much English. He took us over to one of the sacred chapels in the corner and gave us all a cup of what looked like water. We were all SO confused what to do with it, wether we were suppose to wash our hands with it, or drink it, or I don't even know! He then proceeded to show us ...
... the 5:15am start times.
The Galleria Borghese was a new sight for me. It highlights only Italian artists from Ancient to Renaissance/Romantic eras. Bernini’s sculpture of Apollo and Daphne is stunning in his ability to show the indentations they make in each other skin with their grips, all in marble. Unfortunately, I took their "No Foto" signs literally, unlike some tourists, so I do not have any pictures to share with you. I guess ...