Litus Roma Hostel
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... sold there and fast food taverns.
Plaster cast remains
Entombed in ash for almost 2,000 years the haunting preservation of these remains are incredible. Thousands of hours and careful preservation have provided clues to what happened during this tragic explosion. On display were plaster casts of a dog, 3 year old and a gladiator crouching down who was thought to be shielding himself from the ash.
We were led from the main road into ...
... three and a half hours went in no time and we were glad to look for a place to sit down. After too much walking following street signs that are not present, we had a modest repast near the Basilica of John of Lateran. This is the official Cathedral of Rome, dates from the fourth century and for about millennium, was the main place of the church. The present decor is from about 1600 and they claim to have relics of St Peter, St. Paul, the cross and the table of the last supper. ...
... The second dish is a green pasta shaped like a green bean with goat meat. Very rich. Better if you don't know what you are eating. The salad is a combination of bitter cabbage, large beans, carrots and tomatoes with a plate of cheese. No grappa or inferno!
After lunch, we toured the village. With stops at the church 2 private homes and a walk through the cobblestone streets. It was a perfect way to end our visit to Italy.
In the U S ...
... throw a coin in and get lots of photos. There was a gelato shop next to the fountain so we all had a healthy morning tea of gelato.
After the photos, we continued on to the Spanish Steps. It was busy here so we couldn't get any decent photos but we had a good laugh at another tourist who seemed to be acting as though she was in a photo shoot. We didn't stay long before continuing walking the streets. There were a ...
... someone might at least speak some passable English....no!! So out comes the trusty iphone translator....thanks Michelle!!.... and then proceeds the next maybe hour of being able to get a box to put my stuff in (it seems you have to get that from a different part of the post office and that lady was on lunch so they went and got her much to her disgust to sell me a box....i seriously think she was saying some rude things about me knowing i couldn't understand. Then back to ...