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We berthed at a place called
Civitavecchia which is the port for Rome and the Vatican City. Our tour guide
took as to the Vatican City first through extremely heavy traffic and dropped
us at St Peters Square which is large, hot, and full of people. We wanted to
get into the Basilica di San Pietro (St Peters Basilica) but the queue seemed
to stretch the full perimeter of the square (or circle). I asked our tour guide
how long it would take ...
... Empire was extended during the Gallic War to the English Channel and the Rhine. This achieve to gave Cesar unmatched military power and threatened to eclipse the standing of Pompey. Though, after this Cesar was force to step down from his military command and come back to Rome. Through out his life Cesar became more of a dictator because he refused to ...
... salad, bufela pizza and house wine
And it was perfect
We'll be back
It's just before sunset
And Rome is glowing
And the sky is blazing
And the birds are soaring
And the spirits of the past
As we go to dinner on our last night in Rome AND Italy, we pass through several piazza's which prompted this little poem.
... and puddings.
Glorious combination of chocolate and creamy gelato.
Wished both were mine!
The shop's life-sized mascot is at the front of the shop, which anyone is free to take photos of.
I loved the gelato, the chocolate was very rich, and the ...
Up early and ready to go. Another warm sunny day and a "eating Italy Food Tour" to look forward to. Headed off to Rome Termini to catch the Metro Train. Pretty impressed with ourselves after only 2 days we are becoming quite skilled at finding our way around by train ... even more impressive if you knew how little anyone seems to understand what we are talking about ! Headed off to a little known Roman ...