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... taxi into Rome near St Peters at a reasonable cost of some 20 Euros including tip. We visited the grounds of the Vatican and took many photos. Next was the Piazza Navona Square where we all have such fond memories, and had a lovely dinner, eating, drinking and watching the world go by.
At the end of the meal, we found that Kate and John had paid for the meal and they had also bought me a nice beer glass for helping in organising the trip. It was so nice ...
... hours, so we were able to see the inside. The floor space wasn't that big, but the dome was really spectacular. The center opening in the dome let so much sunlight in...it was really pretty. The crowds were unreal and the building was quite small, so we headed out pretty quickly. We went straight to the Catacombs of St. Domitilla, well kind of. The walk from the metro was expectantly a bit long so we had to stop for gelato, ...
We are back at the Smart Hotel in Rome, who cheerfully remember us and come out the front to meet us. But the room is not ready. Something about a little problem with the bathroom, and the idraulico. So we go and buy some sweaters, and have some vegetables at our favourite place just up from the hotel. This place is called Florians, and is on Piazza d'Independenza a few doors up from the Smart Hotel. At lunchtime it is very popular with working Italians, and ...
Today we experienced the horror of horrors- as we walked into the Colesseum, the battery went flat on my camera. OMG!! So I used my phone camera instead (whew!) but cannot work out how to upload onto the tablet, so you'll just have to wait till we get home to see them!
Anyway, it is all mind boggling to think of the size of the Colesseum and when it was built. And the carnage ...
After a fun filled day with Ayden yesterday, comprising of water slides, tube rides, arcade games, vegetable lasagne (his 'last meal' request) and toasting marshmallows, we awoke to drive Ayden to Rome to meet his Mum. All feeling a little melancholy, however, amping up Ayden’s excitement about seeing his Mum and little sister, we set off on the road to Rome…
Planning to leave at 8am, the morning didn’t go to plan and we got away by about ...