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... fun though.
The Spanish steps were busy as usual and it was quite warm so we took some photos whilst refusing the red roses that were being thrust at us by the gypsies. We proceeded to the local metro station and caught a train back to the termini and then we walked back to the hotel for a break. We wanted to go to the Massimo museum so we decided that as it was indoors it would be a good idea at the end the day out of the sun. We spent a ...
... opulently decorated church and is incredibly beautiful.
We then walked to a nearby restaurant, recommnded by the B&B owner. The place was full of locals. They used paper for tablecloths, but the food was good and authentically local. We had a carafe of house red, which was good and the whole thing only cost us 25 euros. We managed to squeeze in a gelati on the way home.
Been an incredible visit so far, but we need to rest a little too. Ciao for now.
... the Roman Emperor Hadrian was a builder extraordinaire when he wasn't running an empire and travelling to the corners of his far flung empire. Early in the 2nd Century AD, Hadrian [Adriana], grew tired of his palace on the Palatine Hill [probably because of Rome's oppressive summers] and built himself a retreat about 25 kms east of Rome in the hills of Tibur to take advantage of the cool breezes and natural hot springs. He became so fond of the place ...
... point where saturation very quickly sets in and one's artistic ignorance is emphasised. Famous names abound, among which Botticelli, Titian, Raphael, Caravaggio and Bernini are prominent. So disappointing to find the best Reubens is out on loan! Sarcasm aside, it must rank as one of the finest collections in Europe and doubtless worth a bob or two? To gather our breath and recover from the oppressive temperature, we strolled the grounds of the ...
... not go on the beach – even for a quick dip late in the afternoon. The ticket provided us with an umbrella and 2 deck chairs where it was an interesting experience with loads of hawkers strolling up/down the beach selling their wares, everything from jewellery, henna tattoos, bikinis (2 euros) to mobile phone covers- it was great entertainment!
At Sorrento we had a lovely apartment for 5 nights nearby the train station with nice views of the sea. It's ...
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