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Cherry and I went on our own walking tour of Rome today. We found the Basilica which has the most amazing frescos inside and the meridian line which runs through the church. It doesn't look much from outside but wow when you go through the doors your neck gets sore from trying to look up at the ceilings. We then went to the tomb of the unknown soldier where soldiers stand guard 24/7. It is a stunning building. From here we wandered the streets of Rome. ...
... after saying our goodbyes, we found a corner table in a restaurant to have our morning coffee/tea and pick up on the ongoing hand&foot match we have going. We checked our bags at 11:30 and found a table to have an extended lunch. Our flight left FCO on time and we landed at MAD just before 5 pm. After catching a shuttle to our hotel, we checked-in and crashed in our room and ordered room service to close out the ...
... After that, our little pack had dwindled to 6, and we decided that to eat lunch, we probably needed to find some buildings that were not thousands of years old and in tact. So we walked back towards the Spanish steps where word on the street was that was the good foodie and shopping district. So after yet another pizza we had a good wander through the shops and markets scattered around, before heading back to our pickup point via the dodgy ...
... Temple and the Column of Marcus Aurelius’, the Pantheon (which was first constructed in 27bc as a temple to Poseidon and subsequently became a catholic church) it is also the coolest building in Rome in my opinion. A few more stops and we were at Trivi Fountain where if you read my previous blog you would know was near completely covered in scaffold and banners along with plenty of disgruntled graffiti.Walking tour done and learning that due ...
... wares." Summoned up our experience in Rome...tasteless. We must have driven for seven hours that evening in an effort to get away from Roma, eventually stopping at a truck rest station where we watched the Netherlands versus Argentina. I showed my protest by not drinking the Italian beer and choosing to drink a Danish brew. Very proud of the way the two of us handled this situation. From here on in, it's Australian olive oil and pasta for me. It's called the boot of Europe, we saw it more as the ...