Auditorium di Mecenate
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... Day and January 6th in Italy!!! Today I am also including some photos of the apartment we have in Trastevere Rome. It is basically the entrance/laundry; the lounge/kitchen combined; the bedroom and bathroom. We don’t think it is as big as one floor of our Adelaide apartment and would drive me spare if I lived here permanently. As a holiday place it is great/central and comfortable and ...
... singles and they couldn't get the message across that they wanted two singles when they got there. We had a single bed in our room as well as a double and lounge. Our room was rather large! So we told Dad Davidson he could stay down with us. It was a little naughty of us. Anyway he got rather cranky and I'm guessing has had people before book a room for one or two people and had them sneak people in to stay. It was the first conclusion he jumped to when he saw Dad ...
... br> Another really gorgeous day in Rome. We have been very lucky with the weather. Temperatures averaging 25 each day with only one day where we had a little rain.
Our walk took us to Castel St Angelo and along the Tiber – back at the apartment by 9am.
Breakfasted, showered, finished packing and headed out for the start of our next leg of the trip to Cinque Terre. ...
... we ventured to Campo de Fiori markets. There were a range of stalls selling fresh flowers, fruit, vegetables, fresh pasta, aromatic herbs and spices, and some souvenirs. The display was amazing and the scent of the fresh produce and spices just beautiful.
We then did a segway tour of the city - what a hoot! After about 15-20 minutes of instruction and practice, we were let loose on the city. Our guide, ...
... We had drinks at Harry's Bar then strolled down the Via... Feeling a little poorer but glamorous none the less! Yesterday was a hunt for 2 little - visited treasures: Michelangelo 's Moses sculpture and Bernini 's last complete sculpture. Both in two separate churches... On opposite sides of town. Yep, you guessed it, more workout for our tired legs and feet. The first one was close to where we did our laundry... and what a treat! we got a private tour of ...