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... businesses), and at the opposite end, an interesting sculpture (roughly hewn of what looks like 3 men battling over something?) and some ancient ruins (of course!). There is a sign that says this area is called Giardino Nicola Calipari, a department head who was killed in Iraq (at least that’s how Google translate interprets it).
From here there is no direct route back to Trastevere—you have to walk around the huge area that is the Forum and ...
... walked for 5 hours but loved every minute although my feet are burning and my legs tired. After taking a last look at this magnificent church and square we caught a taxi home.
Now time to put our feet up with some red wine, beer and nibbles and reflect on what has been an amazing 4 days in Rome. We have achieved everything we set out to do and see and our first of several accommodations booked was great. We move on to the Amalfi tomorrow for the next part of this ...
... interested in helping. He seemed ****** off that I would trust him at first, but I guess he has to deal with that all of the time.
I still wasn't sure of his directions, but I had nothing else to follow. As we went up the street, I wondered if he had a friend who would mug us. Nope, the guy was honest. We fund the hotel easily. Apparently he was really with the Tourist Information office!
We were tired and hot. Rolling ...
... on Easter Morning, “it is a true testament to your faith” which brought a smile to my face. He made the sign of the cross once again and disappeared behind the curtains. Since his choosing, I’ve been a huge fan of the Pope. He’s a Jesuit, which automatically sets him above the rest for me. He is also humble and progressive, he speaks Spanish, and I couldn’t be more excited for a Pope if I tried. Seeing him twice on Easter weekend in the Vatican is ...
... identical one yet, so I'm happy too). Of course then he did the ************ a second one, and a bracelet, and as soon as he gave up a scarf seller and then another jewellery seller headed our way, so we escaped around the side of the church. Around the side is the biggest ancient Egyptian obelisk in Rome. It's 32.18 metres, and if you include the base and the cross, it's 45.7 metres tall, and covered in hieroglyphics. We headed down Via San Giovanni in ...
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