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... that we might want to do, but luckily we were able to find a couple things to spruce ourselves up a bit as we made our way down the street.
That evening we worked our way through a different part of town towards a little Osteria that we had selected for dinner. We knew we were in the right place when we walked up to the restaurant to see a lady sitting in front of the window, kneading dough and transforming it into fresh pasta right before our eyes. Having seen ...
... continued our sightseeing of ancient Rome - off to the Forum and Colosseum - we walked and walked today and finished off with shopping.
Tonight we dined the Roman way, at a wonderful Italian restaurant and enjoyed a hearty Italian meal and a few drinks too and entertained by live musicians.
On our way back to the hotel we drove along Via Veneto, where the famous film ...
... just out of the city centre, we had dinner at a local restaurant , and were amazed at the number of people out and about. Street after street was full of people walking around, having dinner, looking at the market stalls and watching street performers. It was a fantastic vibe in the streets around Trastevere. Today, we started at the Colosseum. We passed the Circus Maximus, where chariot racing took place, on the way. Once again, on the way to the Colosseum, I was amazed at ...
... it rains, it rains in the Pantheon too, that would be a sight to see.
Whilst here into some of my group, whom I joined for dinner in the square where the Pantheon sat.
It was a beautiful evening, sitting near a heater, looking out at this beautiful building, and listening to a busker playing acoustic rock music.
At the conclusion of dinner I waved goodbye to my friends and wandered through the city to the Piazza Navona, where there ...
... the statues is a bas relief depicting the legend of how a young virgin led Roman technicians to the source of the spring at feeds the Aqua Virgo Aqueduct. A small fortune is thrown into the fountain everyday; it is not unusual to find over 2000 Euros in the basin. The area is policed to stop thieves pinching the money, which is used to fund a supermarket for the poor. Spanish Steps Piazza di Spagna and the Spanish Steps are among the most popular tourist attractions in Rome, ...