Auditorium di Mecenate
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... with Paul following inches behind. Back to the apartment, the barking dogs (oh, did I mention the dog playdate park right next door to the joint? For those who know Paul, one of his pet hates (excuse the pun) is barking dogs. Thank the Lord that it was himself who chose this particular place as I never would have heard the end of it) and our Thai take away. Yep, first night in Roma and no pizza or pasta for these two little bunnies......we were both hanging out for Asian ...
It has been absolutely hectic ever since I arrived as I have tried to cram as much as possible into the short time available. Today I hit the wall and just felt flat. Fortunately I had made no plans at all so I could have a rest and regroup.
I decided to start by having a lay-in which I was enjoying until Denise skyped me! "You're still in your pyjamas," she says.
"Well it is only 6am!" I replied. Oh well!
I had discovered that Mass was available in the Basilica of ...
... for Joanne's birthday. Best Day: The day in Pitigliano Hardest day: Day 2. Steep, hot and never ending. Best wine: Conti Formentini C******nay Most useless deadweight: For this there were lots of nominations, but the broken pump that Linn carried with her the entire way takes the cake. Best Gelato: Grom in Sienna The individual awards were celebrated with shots of grappa (tonic water for Genevieve) Mighty Mouse: Joanne for pedalling the heaviest bike relative to her ...
... open balcony attached though. We can open the doors and it is like cooking outside they open so big and everything is so connected. No bugs or dirt or anything. It is lovely. I think I will miss this the most.
The next morning (Tuesday) we toured the Colosseum and Ancient Rome. I learned so many interesting little historical facts about all of the places we visited and it was amazing. I am so glad I was able to see places ...
... in particular...basically, the country! The highways between cities seemed fairly calm & what we are used to in the US!! Again, most towns in Tuscany would require you to leave the car on the outskirts of town. The towns are small enough though that you really don't need a car inside the town. In Sicily, it is very hard to get around the interior of the island, but I would dare drive past the outskirts of a town. We didn't do enough in the northern part of the country, ...