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- Continental Breakfast
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... 3 sq mile Villa Borghese Park. Clearly Cardinal Scipione Borghese loved art, was wealthy and amassed an amazing private collection. Lois and I tried to imagine living in the villa. I would have liked to see the kitchen, but then the Cardinal probably hardly knew it existed!
The four of us strolled from room to room, the first level being sculptures and the second mainly paintings. For me the sculptures ...
What to do on the first full day in Rome? So many choices! Maybe we will just walk?
First stop, Campo de Fiori Hotel which is 500 feet from our apartment across piazza Campo di Fiori. In the hotel we meet Valentino, a immaculately dressed Italian lady who is more than willing to help us book a tour, call a taxi or provide local transportation info. Within 20 minutes she has sold us an exclusive, small group Vatican tour and provided us with a map outlining the ...
... last event of the day is to take a walk up to the Veppo cemetary to visit the resting place of my great-grandfather, as well as Silvano and others of the town. It is also a place where my dad scattered the ashes of my grandparents as a way of returning them back to their roots. The walk up the hill is about a mile, and it feels like it is straight up. My parents and Maria drive, Colleen and I take the kids on a "short hike" to ...
... a Vittorio Emanuele II is a controversial monument built in honour of Victor Emmanuel, the first king of a unified Italy. It was HUGE! Campidoglio with its larger than life statues & the massive crowds outside the Pantheon.
At the Monumento Nazionale there is a glass lift that took Lynda & I, for less than € 10, to the rooftop level. The view over the city was spectacular! I took way too many photos, as usual, none of which will do ...
... some recommendations, so we talked for a while, then they decided to head out and find some food. As they were leaving, Darren and the guy, Jimmy, exchanged facebook details, and we discovered they had a mutual friend! What the?! It was Mark, who was from the US, who we had met and had an amazing time with on our tour in Scotland back in June! Crazy! It was such a spin out! So after chatting a bit more after discovering that, they finally went out for dinner and we went back to ...