Hotel Dei Congressi
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... We also viewed where Julius Caesar was cremated at the Tempio Di Guilio Cesare.
Next, we travelled by bus to the Vatican City where we had a quick lunch before we were taken on a guided tour of the Vatican Museum and then we continued to the Sistine Chapel. It was quite crowded and very warm and there are so many unbelievable pieces of art, frescoes and sculptures. We were unable to take our time to appreciate the art because it is such ...
... Napoli is the traffic busy and zooming by at break neck speeds by Vespas, small little cars, cabs and buses. Our friend Doug H. Butler would be in heaven in this city as no traffic norms or rules are followed, whether the roads are narrow and the alleys are jammed with pedestrians – any direction goes regardless of posted "one way" signs. What a country.
Given that our objective is to walk/hike we certainly achieved this first day of the ...
... we merrily made our way back to the apartment to cook up our Roman feast.
I opened a bottle of vino rosso, while we chopped and sliced our beautifully fresh veges from the market. I basically threw everything in a pot with a bit of red wine, gave it a bit of heat and as the Italians say Voila. Served up with some crusty bread, what more could you want? 'I'm not sure if my concoction has a name but I'm going ...
... recently to signify a new Pope had been elected.
It probably isn't sensible to try to explain what you get to see in Rome except to say one or two days is just not enough.
The Colosseum was an eye opener. Imagine something that huge being built in 72 A.D. for the purpose of wild beast games and gladiator battles. It seated 50,000 and apparently emptied in 20 minutes. Only one third of it exists today. Under the area is a series ...
Another busy day in Rome. It has been really hot so we got up early to get started. Walked over to the Trevi Fountain first thing. The maintenance people were still cleaning. We watched them vacuum up the money from the pool. The water was not yet flowing so we waited until it started. The good thing was that there were very few people out then so we got a really good view. It was exciting to see the ...