Beau Site - Antica Residenza
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... which I'm very excited to have another friend there! We enjoyed a lovely lunch with Sarah, her friend and her parents in Travastere a beautiful but more quiet area of Rome across the bridge. Overall Rome was great! Such a pretty city, a lot dirtier now than I remember but still we had a great few days there of eating, exploring and walking! I'd recommend Rome in spring or autumn as summer was just a bit too hot. Next up is ...
... it also has another significance. It is also called the Forum of Trajan. There is a very detailed monument there called Trajan's Column.
I headed back toward the Coliseum and had some lunch in a tented cafe next to that massive ancient building! It was good to sit and relax, and have some cold water! The forecast called for some rain today, but it was bright and sunny for me most of the time, and warm! I only had a short while ...
... a little too early for dinner so we decided to share a bottle of wine and some appetizers. We got some carpaccio and a cheese plate and, of course, a bottle of Chianti Classico. I think I am starting to have a taste for red wine, which is very exciting, because usually I cannot handle the tannins...
We were also given bread to eat with balsamic and olive oil. I should probably mention that bread in Europe is usually not free. There is always a per-person fee of 1-3 ...
... sheep with no redeemable intentions of being found. As for Ej, I am happy for her to explore her own spirituality and will expose her to all religions and let her decide for herself. And if your wondering, Ej abruptly asked if we could never go to the Vatican City again. And we won't. Having given the holy city a shot these were my impressions. The headless statues, and endless corridors full of artworks, mosaic tiled floors, vast rare (purple) marble bath tub and gold covering ...
... t allowed in. We didn't go inside but we sat in the square for a bit and people watched, there are some very stylish Italians. We went home to cook but forgot it was Sunday and all the supermarkets were closed, so we went out for Japanese food instead! That was difficult to order, two Brits in an Italian Japanese bar, but we made it work. Second day our feet were ready to drop off so we tried ...