Hotel La Giocca
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... pic a friend (Lorraine) had taken just months before.
On to Trevi Fountain...still under restoration and not fully functional however still tossed a coin in and wished for shade! ( oh - and health and happiness for my family & friends)...xo
I couldn't stand that my entire cotton wardrobe was literally sticking to me constantly so I detoured into a store "Tatie" and bought a few chemise like ...
... in the distance as 9:00
a.m. came and went.
I knew our boarding passes specifically said bags could not be checked after 40 minutes prior to boarding and the “gate closed” at 30 minutes before. Now I wasn’t totally sure what the gate closing meant, but didn’t really want to find out.
We arrived at the airport at about 9:15 and the real adventure began. We took off, not really knowing where we ...
Monday, December 1, 2014
We slept in and really wanted a lazier day after yesterday. I had a lovely Skype with Josy whilst Craig had a technical one with Peter Harvey – we have finally decided what we are doing about the extra air conditioner for Cardwell Street…… we hope! We also both didn't feel like being tourists today so instead we walked south of Trastevere (a much shorter walk though) to find the Mercato Testaccio which is a food market ...
... photos (or being made to erase them if they were 'caught') - how many people were still taking photos! But to be able to say you saw it in 'real life' instead of just in a book is beyond cool.
Afterwards, we hurried thru some other rooms that had some really interesting items, down the really cool spiral staircase (which I wish I could have gotten better photos of) and out the door. I can honestly say - I believe it when people say ...
... for the main course. The server’s eyes grew wide, but he said "Si!" and away he went.
Later he brought back a metal stand (kinda like what some restaurants
put a pizza tray on” and said “it’s a big dish.” He wasn’t joking! He brought out the biggest platter of meats I have ever seen. Salame! Prosciutto! Capoccolo! It was like we were in paradise. Along with the meats were bread ...