Hotel Cesare Augusto
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... well maintain (tracks and train cars) I believe the USA populous would embrace rail travel as the Europeans seem to take for granted. We took the underground Metro from the train station to our hotel. The Line we took is not that old. The environment in the subway is clean, colorful, and a bit of Art Deco. Although we made it with our luggage with little trouble, we'll be taking a taxi from our hotel back to the train station -- the Metro is a bit much for two seniors ...
... started walking down the row of smokey pizza ovens. We quickly worked out that each of them were essentially doing three pizzas and most were variations on a theme. Margherita (tomato and cheese), Marinara (essentially a garlic olive oil pizza), and then some kind of meat one. One place was proudly flying a bed sheet with some kind of handwritten sign on it. We stopped and talked to the waitress about it and found out that this was this year's champion. End of ...
... with a severe case of jet-lag. Oh well, got to pay to play!
Since leaving on this adventure in March, I can really say without a doubt that Mike and I have gone, we have seen and we did...a LOT and the memories made are priceless!
Our mileage on our feet, as of today, is 709,533 steps logged on our FitBit trackers and right at 400 miles. We still have some walking to do in Chicago airport so we will add a little more. ...
... sculptures from many centuries that dated back to 2AD. And of course we made sure we toured the "secret room" that featured erotic art.
Thursday, Sept 26
Sick day. George has a head cold and very sore throat. The day spent reading and napping. Because we can easily hear all the neighborhood noises from our room, we now know that people communicate a lot by whistling for each other from the street up to house windows. Sometimes to ...
... castle on the hill and the views that would transpire.
However we became sidetracked from this when we saw the most amazing Galleria de Souvenirs and we ventured in looking for a Post Office as the Tobacconist said he didn't sell stamps for Australia. This building was another architectural splendour with a magnificent domed roof, marble floors and a few shops scattered here and there with live statues entertaining the small crowd inside.