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... was a bit rushed! The ride was smooth and uneventful and we were back out onto Rome's streets again at 2:30. After dropping our bags off at the hotel and reserving a taxi for our early morning ride to the airport, we walked to an Irish pub for a beer and dinner and found the place in a frenzy with fans watching the big rugby match on TV. Since we know very little about that game, we sat in a side ...
... pedestrian crossing, and then when we have a critical mass, we slowly push forward. Cars screech to a halt (fortunately!), police look on in amusement, and miraculously we get to the other side.... where we see on an adjoining side street - a policeman conducting activities like the modern Major General in a Gilbert & Sullivan opera! We took a break this afternoon (Pop needs a nap.... he was knackered!), and then we ventured past the very old ...
... layer. The area has also been pretty much stripped by Renaissance princes of the church. Most of the villas and churches are covered in reclaimed marble and statues and the pope has a fine haul. Back through the forum it had got quite crowded. At which point I felt tired and decided to see about the colosseum later but to wander past the best local patch for food with thoughts of a sandwich for ...
I have been very busy here in Italy. I think the last time I had the chance to post was on Friday, but to be honest the days are starting to blend so I am not sure. Saturday was a pretty fun day. We got the whole day off to do whatever we wanted. A large group of us decided to take an hour train to a beach town called Santa Marinella. We left in the morning and got there around noon. The beach was awesome! There were lots of umbrellas where you could set up ...
... to the (Scalinata della Trinita di Monti) Spanish Steps, misnamed because they were built and paid for by the French! On the bus (a mini electric one) back past Piazza Del Popolo, and back home to Ludos Magnus (the gladiator barracks and training arena next to the Colosseo) and home. We were exhausted. We bought some supplies at the supermarket in our street, fed the kids and ourselves...I was asleep on the couch by 8pm, and didn't wake for 13 hours. But what an amazing ...