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... a plane to Denver and a ride from Ryan to Colorado Springs to our bed...by sometime in the early hours of the morning on Tuesday. It has been an incredible trip; we spent our time at the restaurant this afternoon thinking of other places to which we would like to travel. There is a long list...we are very glad that we started this retirement stuff early.
And so, for now and for this blog, we say "Va bene! Arrivederci!"
What luck, we have an oldfashioned farmers/city market 6 mornings about 300 metres away so we made the aquaintance of one of the butchers, two greengrocers and assorted others to be even better equipped. Did business with drycleaner, kitchen shop for everyday glasses and a sharp knife then went out for a tram tour of Rome using ...
... if the picture is taken from another angle!
We took refuge in a small teller machine room to dry ourselves a bit, fantasizing about a fat bank account in Italy that we can draw money from.
Since we didn't have mood or appetite for a proper dinner, it was a rather sad affair with drinks from ...
... on a hop-on-hop-off bus as we had a two day pass and just went around taking in the sights of Rome. There is so much to see in Rome and we didn't have hardly enough time to see everything. When we did get off we got off at the pantheon and went to have a look around. The pantheon is a big dome building which is a sacred place of prayer. Surprisingly it was free to enter which I think was the first thing that actually was free. We went in ...
... vendors, street performers and the like every Sunday. They shut down the street to cars, so it's one big festival. I think all of Rome and every tour company in Italy was there. The streets are very crowded but you just get caught up in the atmosphere. The architecture is absolutely amazing. To think that this has been here for 1000's of years. Check out the pictures to see a sample of what we saw. The street name is Via Del Corso and would be Annie and Laura's dream ...