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... Martin, Osmany ... Not forgetting our dear GO, Jeremy.
Four days of refreshing interlude in the mountains in this valley, beware, false friend, has nothing to do with the Aosta ham! This is actually a French industrial ham, produced in the city of Aosta, in Isère. Valle d'Aosta Italian, local ham, the ham of Bosses, and he is a true artisanal ham! And we had ...
... in line and the others free you from the guide to go at your own pace. Small warning: the audio guides don't cover much so you need a companion map and book.
The collections here include art commissioned by the popes and the church, plunder from Egypt and the cradle of civilization including cuneiform tablets from Iraq and Turkey, Roman statuary and Roman knockoffs of Greek bronzes. We also saw a temporary collection of modern art ...
... my visit there I thought that was vandalism on a grand scale. Today however Sara pointed out that a large earthquake had greatly damaged the Colosseum and that was why materials were taken from there. Hmmm! By the time we came out Sue and Phil had had enough and decided to pass on the afternoon tour. I think they just wanted to go back to the hotel and collapse but I convinced them to come with me to the Piazza Barberini where my next tour started so we could have ...
... architect ultimately committed suicide because of the public’s scorn of his work. We rode through the beautiful grounds of the Villa Borghese, past the American Embassy, to our hotel, The Ambasciatori Palace, a historic building itself.
Too early to check in, we dropped our things with the desk and set out for the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain. The latter site was of particular interest to Sara and Roger because they were not able to see the ...
... on the Spanish steps - all the while I thought of the Lizzie Mcguire movie. We walked to the top of the steps to the checked out the church then continued on to Via del Corso, the main shopping strip in Rome.
I bought a Timberland Jacket which was warm and waterproof - and I needed it for when I went to Scandinavia. It did however cost equivalent to $248.
Well our tour managers motto was "See it, like it, buy it." Which I did. Sometimes I think ...