Agriturismo Santo Pietro di Coltodino
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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 ...
... I then sorted out the good from the unacceptable photos while waiting for my lunch. It was now about 4.30 and late for lunch, but I figured I would skip dinner. After lunch I walked back to my hotel, washed some clothes, then took the nap I had promised myself. It was luxurious! I slept for two hours then woke up too hot. I got up, sorted out some more of my case so that when the clothes are dry I will have just enough clothes to see me through to my return. Tomorrow ...
... everywhere from the Pope’s mass. Since they were blessed, I picked up Pope blessed olive branches! (I hope I can bring them into the states.) Back to mass…we sat near the front of the alter and attended the mass. Doug said he could understand some of it. (doug: some things were easy, others were more difficult. Since it was Palm Sunday, we knew what the mass was about at least, so I think I understood more than I would have if I wasn’t ...
... We got up pretty early, had breakfast in the hotel, grabbed a map and decided to leg it around (to work off our planned pizza/pasta/gelato overload) and see as much as we could in the day. And we saw heaps.
Started with Piazza della Republica, Trevi Fountain – huge, gorgeous, and we scored a delightfully cool spray on such a hot day – and Spanish Steps, Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II (Guard: "No sitting on the steps!", ...
... it more, but the guys did not seem too impressed. Then we walked around to the famous fountain, the Trevi. It was magnificent and over-crowded. We took some more photos and walked around, searching for a restaurant that Carlo wanted to go to. He had done his homework before coming to Rome, and his friends had recommended this restaurant. When we arrive, the waiter eyes us suspiciously and asks if we have a reservation. We said no. He shrugged and said ...
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