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... truly ancient. (Other than Stephen.) An unimpressive ordinary building turns out to be Mussolini's headquarters, and a massive white building covered in fabulous statues a tribute to someone or another but the Italians think it's a big white elephant. Our bus dropped us off at the Trevi Fountain and from there we walked everywhere, our next stop was the ruins of Ancient Rome, WOW, Rome was pretty bloody huge! There are ruins, there ...
... pass this building every day and never thought much of it. Check out the lack of security. Anti-Ramming Bollards etc etc. Should have noticed the Frog Flag.
Max waxed lyrical about the inside which no damn good as its an embassy and we couldn't get in.
Then it was back to Campo di Fiori. There was a statue of this Dude Giovani someone who had a brain like a planet. Being so intelligent, he ****** ...
... sights of Rome just yet though ... Luckily there was a small supermarket next to the hotel San Lorenzo, so we could buy some lunch and a drink. While we were eating lunch and checking future bookings we realised that we were one night short on accommodation - was it in Rome or was it in Amalfi? It was unclear so we reviewed the whole trip to Amalfi segment of our holiday. And came up with version 27 which now included two nights in Naples when ...
... Francis Xavier is also buried in this church.
(We followed Rick Steves various itineraries to know what to look for in the places we visited and were very happy - we feel like we saw the highlights and had a better idea of what we were looking at than if we just wandered in alone. So I am using his book to help refresh my memory of what we saw in each place!)
We walked past the Venetian Plaza but did not cross over to visit ...
... s Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. This is a really impressive building and that is some statement in a country full of impressive buildings.