Giglio Dell' Opera
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Well it's definitely getting hotter. As we arrived in Civitavecchia, you could immediately tell once outside that the temperature was going up. If you weren’t on a tour, the ship provided a bus to take you to the terminal. They had a note in the nightly handout that said the busses ran every 30 minutes so we decided that we’d walk to the terminal. Major mistake. What we didn’t know was, it was about a 4 mile walk from the ship ...
... We stopped at the edge of the Jewish quarter and walked more. Ivano pointed out many buildings where an old temple had been converted to houses or shops by filling in between the columns. Many of these still showed parts of the columns. There was another church that had been built into the central part of a large temple and there were apartments (very expensive ones) that were built on top of, and in, the wings of this temple. You could also see columns and part columns ...
... but we had a few biggies in mind that we need to secure, so day one in Rome was spent planning future travels and also securing a couple of tours for while in Rome. We had a nice sleep in till about 8.30am, did some laundry and got to it. If you want to get your tickets online to visit the Vatican Museum, you need to do so at least 48 hours in advance. We didn't realise this. Your other options are rock up and wait in line or go with an organised tour - we decided on the later. We ...
... too bad just to get wet.
We made our way up the Palentine hill which is the site of Palaces that were first built by Augustus. The word palace comes from this place. People back in the day came here and said that these palaces make the pyramids look shabby in comparison. I haven't ever seen the pyramids so I do not know but honestly there really wasn’t that much left of this once majestic palace. However the garden was filled with a wonderful rich smell. Not really ...
... on the train we were supposed to get on. We eventually made it to CT and it was an unbelievable place. All the villages are built on top of these cliffs overlooking the Mediterranean and there is a walkway that goes in between all of them. The walk between the villages would probably take you a half a day or so to walk but it is probably about as beautiful a walk as you could ever do with this pathway wrapping around the side of a cliff next to ...