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... for the final packing in the morning. We are again so grateful for the good a/c as this packing would be brutal without the cool apartment.
Dinner tonight is at the restaurant near our apartment - good wine and delicious food for a final culinary farewell to Rome. Ah, it's bittersweet.. but the buffalo ricotta and honey is just plan sweet goodness.
It is getting dark and we have some final sights to see on a walking and bus ride tour through ...
... filled the square, each wearing a decorated white lab coat and a red nose. Yes, a red nose. Turns out that we had come upon a clown school workshop! As we watched from some stone benches, the group danced, wiggled, and giggled. A leader coached everyone, in Italian of course, and music filled the piazza. It was fun to find and offered a welcome rest with a smile.
Home seemed just a few steps too far away this morning, but ...
... and the bath fountain which is actually in Trastevere); there are still many mosaics and columns around the huge baths. Apparently, 1600 Romans could bath there and it was really interesting to see. We certainly felt dwarfed amongst these ruins. The walk back was very pleasant. Today is a public holiday in Italy – for the Immaculate Mary – all public holidays are actually HOLY days. Therefore there ...
... the base - David, Moses, Isaiah and Ezkeziel who foretold the virgin birth.
And we're at the Spanish Steps, a popular backdrop in various media, made famous by the film Roman Holiday that starred Audrey Hepburn. Technically the steps were fine, but the scaffolding on top with the Timberland ...
... a plane from Rome to Dubai and from there a flight to Adelaide, where we would get home around 8:00pm on Saturday. It was good going away for a whole month and experiencing all these different countries and their customs. I hope you enjoyed reading my journal and reading about my ...