Hotel Dei Congressi
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Long day today our excursion times say 9 and a half hours, though nearly three hours of that is travelling from Civitavecchia to Rome by bus. Our first stop is the Trevi Fountain, I had heard it was completely covered by scaffolding for renovations so wasn't really sure why we were going there but go there we will! Nice surprise they had in fact uncovered most of it though it no water in it, was still fairly impressive. I had always ...
... br> Max also took us up a hill where the spanish embassy was sited. The views of Rome were absolutely breath taking. There was a mist? fog? smog? of Rome in the distance. Very mysterious indeed. There was a Church attached to the Embassy. Again, the money spent on the decoration was mind blowing. He also pointed out this best example of Renaissance building in the world which I thought was OK. Can't be amazed ...
Today was Richard's last day of driving and we were hoping that it would not be too bad getting into Rome. We bid farewell to our "country farm" - though we suspect it is more BnB than working farm nowadays given the state of the vineyards. Though we aren't vineyard people of course, so maybe we have it wrong. Stefano gave us two huge tomatoes in return for his Australia tea towel, and we ate these over the next two breakfasts. They were full ...
... buried here but her head is somewhere else. Also, this is where Galileo renounced his belief that the earth revolved around the sun! Imagine!
There is a Michelangelo statue of Christ Bearing the Cross. It's just there, no ropes or any protection at all. Kind of surprised me. Not crowded, so we had time to really study it.
When we were at St Ignatius I asked the man running the small gift shop, if you could even call it ...
... area providing space for three significant fountains, including as the centrepiece the Fountain of the Four Rivers. Around the edges, the outdoor seating for the many restaurants and cafeterias encroached on the central area. This time it was the Rome’s main outdoor Xmas market with lots of peddlers selling Indian and Chinese scarves, bubble blowing toys, tickets to "hop on, hop off" tour buses and lots of other "madam, you must buy this" ...