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... vineyard soup, mussels and clams, fried vegetables, fettuccine with mushrooms and bacon, and wines.
5. Sicilian Dessert - cannoli's, lemon granita and orange risoli liqueur (38% proof and too easy to drink).
6. Coffee shop
7. Gelati shop
We finished at about 10.30pm and walked back home, not too far as the tour finished near where we were staying, a nice change. Hopefully the walk helped walk off some off the calories from a night of feasting!
... including the tombs of past kings and the artist Raphael); taking the children to Vatican City to see the Sistine Chapel and pass by St. Peter's Square (unfortunately our plans to take them to the Basilica were thwarted by thousands of pilgrims and an address from Il Papa!); and eating gelato- albeit with messy consequences- on a few occasions alongside Piazza Navona. Taking the kids to a 4D film experience called The Time Elevator, ...
... operational, spectators from generations ago created graffiti too. So it's a link connecting one generation to another. Supposedly in one instance, a hundred carnivores like leopards and bears were thrown into the coliseum with a few hundred herbivores. One can imagine the outcome. Also, it's crazy to believe it was operational for 5 centuries till 300-400AD and still stands today. Really brings perspective to what old means. We had ...
Our last day in Rome was a really nice low key day. We weren't on a timed schedule, and spent the day visiting areas that we wanted to visit again. We went back to the market and everyone bought some more things for themselves. The whole group even bought the typical neon t-shirts to wear on the first day back to school. We went back to the apartment and had some down time, and I got in touch with my family. Then we went to ...
... when artists were
experimenting with new styles and they painted a lot of scenes; parades,
ceremonies, cultural events, celebrations etc. I really liked them.
The colors were beautiful.
From there I walked to Piazza Navona again. It is quickly becoming my favorite
little area. I went into the
'erbanista’s ‘shop and spoke to the lady in there and have made a friend of ...