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We went to Rome today on the train with our bicycles! What a scene, we arrived at the train station with minutes to spare, bought our tickets and loaded onto one of the train carts with the bikes. Feeling awkward and out of place with our bikes there wasn't much room for anyone to move around or get on and off through the door. It didn't take long for one of the conductors to locate the bike owners (us) and send us to the first unit where there was ...
... to have on a deserted island but kudos to Italian Pizza, the best in the Universe, yes I said it and will say it again...the best in the universe! We went to 'Da Francesco, we had the most outrageous octopus salad I've ever had the pleasure to put in my mouth! Thinly sliced on a bed of arugula chilled to perfection. Lightly salted with an amazing light Italian olive oil that just shook me up! Then the perfect pizza, so thin it wasn't even a crust...cooked to ...
... us off in completely the wrong direction and we ended up at a long road called the via dei Cerchi which had a long strip of bare ground looking a bit like an old riverbed. We could not understand why it was there, in the middle of Rome, and in such an unkempt state until we realised it was probably about to be excavated. You can't dig down more than a few feet anywhere here without finding something ancient. There are ruins everywhere - just lying around on the side ...
... need a plan for visiting Rome, just a map, a starting point, and a destination - the journey will take care of itself and will always be filled with wonder.*
Here’s what we found ‘by accident’ on our way to Piazza Navona...
-the gardens of the Villa Borghese
-the Villa Medici
-Piazza del Popolo (with it's fantastic fountains, ancient gate and Rome's oldest obelisk as well as two stages set ...
A couple of months ago we heard a BBC 'From our own correspondent' episode that talked about the non catholic cemetery in Rome. So, we had to visit. Definitely worth the side trip. Not your usual tourist site. Sadly the heavens opened and it poured all morning. Glad we packed raincoats. However, it kind of added to the atmosphere at the war memorial and cemetery. Before you think we've come over all morbid, both were interesting, peaceful and ...