Sole e Luna
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... by a cheesy snowman.
First Course (Team Parent trap)
Indulge your taste buds with this rich and scrumptious dreamy, creamy and steamy Carbonara and feel like you're driving down the Amalfi coast as you live the Italian dream
Second Course (Team Love Actually)
Baked salmon fillet
Feel the love and affection ...
... cafe macchiato and a gelato before our tour started at 5.15. - the last tour scheduled for the day. We remembered some of the same stories and information from our previous visit but the whole site is so unbelievable it was good to do it again. We then decided to visit our old Panda street and have dinner for old times sake. It really has become quite upmarket and we could not afford to stay there again this time. As we were walking through ...
... with more walking and sightseeing- taking in the Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Castel Sant'Angelo and arriving at St Peter's hoping to join the throngs for the Good Friday service with the Pope. There was a long line of people lining up and chairs and a stage set up in front of the Vatican, but after about an hour of waiting in the square and overhearing some tourists explaining what was going ...
... of corse the Cistine chapel. Wow! ... No photos because a Japanese company owns all photo and filming rights to the Cistine chapel since they funded its restoration back in the 1980s, what a horrible but true joke. I saw a few people get arrested for taking photos.
My fourth day it rained all day and since I had an umbrella the hawker *******s left me alone somewhat. I visited the Pantheon, had some amazing gelato from Gelateria Del Teatro, ...
Today (Sa***************ed out to the coast to walk around the ancient ruins of Ostia Antica.
To do so we took the metro to Piramide then changed to the suburban train network for Ostia Antica. We noticed the carriage was full of young people and wondered why. We were told they were all heading out to the beach a few stops past our destination - I now know the name for beach in Italian - "lido". I never ...