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... streets & I'm sure if we hadn't been on the tour we would never have experienced it. We then drove to a little farmhouse where the owners open up their home to us. We tried some of their homemade olive oil, green tomato jam, home made pizza and last, but not least their homemade wine (at 11.30 in the morn...) they were very friendly and obviously proud of what they produce and seem to enjoy having these hoards of people through, even their cat came out for a pat !! After ...
We only had four days in Rome so we spent a lot of time walking around and seeing stuff.
We saw the Colosseum, the Pantheon, Saint Peter's Church and much much more. I've written some more about some of the places we saw next to the photographs below.
We ate lots of Italian food like spaghetti and Pizza. The best food we had was gellato which is ice cream in Italian. We stayed in an apartment which was built over 500 year ago!
Next blog will be from Venice,
... it was to late to see the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain lit up at night, so we walked the 20 minutes on foot back home as we couldn't find a vendor for bus tickets at midnight.
Our third and final day in Rome was spent exploring the Basilica of San Clemente which was recommended to us on our tour of the Colosseum. Several levels underneath the church were the ancient Roman ruins of past buildings and churches from the first century, which we got to walk through. It ...
... br> We spent 2 nights in Sorrento and decided not to join the group going to the Isle of Capri, but instead went on our own to visit Positano for the day. I visited Positano many years ago and was so impressed by its natural beauty; I convinced Carl he needed to see it too. In Medieval times it was a prosperous port, but fell onto hard times in the mid-19th C. Much of the population emigrated to Australia, surprisingly. As a result of the ...
... bring some travel soap so we could wash a shirt or underwear in the sink if needed. We have seen many, many people struggling with suitcases. And remember a lot of streets are cobblestone - or at least not smooth asphalt. Meaning a rolling bag may not be the easiest thing to travel with. Honestly, traveling with our backpacks has been the best part of our trip! I know most folks will think it's crazy, but honestly our smallish backpacks have been a ...