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Well, our time in Sarnano ended with beautiful weather, some great hiking and taking our friends to dinner on our last night. Now we are in a small town called Rieti, in Lazio, the province of Rome. We knew nothing about this place but it is halfway to Rome, so we chose it. What a lovely small town. It is right beside a river that provides 85% of Rome's drinking ...
... somewhere for our lunch. Not too far away we strike a place that doesn't look too touristy. The lack of a staff member outside the door trying to lure us in pleases Suzanne and Marco, so we venture inside and take a table for four. The inside looks very nice, and by the end of the meal I decide that this is our best dining discovery in Rome — it certainly wins the prize for the place I would most like to come back to, so it's rotten luck that we have only discovered it ...
Today was amazing! Although we woke up feeling ill (stupid sick bus gave us colds), we took the metro up to see the Colosseum. Last night we walked by it, but today we actually took a tour and got to roam the inside! Now, it actually isn't named the 'Colosseum', that is just a nickname based on the statue of Nero that used to stand out front that was as tall as the building! The statue gained the name 'Colossus' and the amphitheater was nicknamed ...
... building and Jordans favorite. the Pantheon was a temple which several Roman gods could all be prayed to all in one building. Around the bottom of the dome are several recesses where statues of the gods sat and once the light shone through the hole in the roof and hit the statue it was their time for prayer. The pantheons dome is still the biggest unreinforced dome in the world. After a quick gelato stop we ventured off again to Napoleon's Mum's house and where ...
... there is no map, and you have to ask locals where your stop is. The conductor is unreachable because he is behind a glass wall. There is a TV screen on each bus, but they only display advertisements. One day, when I took the kids to the Catacombs, I had to bring up a Lonely Planet bus map on my computer at home and then take a picture of the monitor, and refer to it later while sitting on the bus, squinting at my camera’s tiny screen.
What has blown me ...
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