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... we met our two hour Walking tour at the Spanish Steps after a long walk to the Steps via a few mis turns on the way. Following the tour then dinner near the Pantheon we seemed to get home much quicker!
By the way, at this stage I am wondering why we are here. The place is crazy busy with the vehicles on the road playing dodgems and crowds every where. A lot of the time people are walking on the edge of the road to move along.
After some of the beautiful, ...
Today was our last day in Rome. The city is amazing and we all wanted to walk around the streets some more and visit some of the sights we really liked. Because it was a laid back day we got to sleep in a little longer before getting on the Metro and walking to the Jewish Ghetto, which had pretty domes and ruins. After ...
... that he had commissioned. This was my third trip to Rome and I had visited the Forum each time. Each time it becomes more impressive, to the point where my hair stood on end this visit. The older I get the more cognizant I become of how little time we are here. The Forum is not a good place to hang out when contemplating one’s own mortality.
The next day we hit the Vatican. We picked this day because Francis was speaking to the crowd, and we thought it would ...
We started slowly, but after a quick tour of Cathy's quirky apartment, (with very few straight walls!) we got a coffee and brioche and headed the two blocks down the street to San Clemente. Cathy said it was 3 degrees, but it didn't feel it - light jackets only today! St Clemente church is amazing. The Norman (1200AD) church is lovely, with mosaics in the apse and lovely frescos - particularly the mosaics of the Tree Of Life around the Cross....but in a corner of the church, ...
... the city, this neighborhood full
of churches, fountains, Roman ruins and small parks away noise.It's
even hot, around 20 degrees for a November 8... of many similarities to
Paris, including the Tiber River, cut as the Seine by romantic bridges
but barges or boat fly because the Tiber River is not navigable because
of 2 cataracts unable to cross by boat.I love this city already on the first day. Rome, it's a little like villages of Tuscany between villas and ...