Grand Hotel del Gianicolo
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On our last day in Rome we revisited some sights and had a overall chill day. We walked around compo di fiori shopping and eating lunch and walked through the Jewish ghettos where Jews were forced to live during the reconquista. It was really fun to just be able to take in the sights and be able to ...
... Mary-Liz vowed to not visit any museums but she said it was really interesting and enjoyable. Andrea's knowledge was encyclopaedic like, she entertained Maddie and enthused John all at the same time. She briefed us on the genius that was Michelangelo and went in depth on all things relating to the Sistine Chapel. We then joined the throng and marched our way down a long alleyway into the Chapel, the actual floor space is reasonably small but it is the walls ...
The sun had set but the day was far from over. we decided to take a stroll to Fontana Di Trivei. Enroute we saw Piazza Venezia. My feet were really hurting after so much of walk during the day however the sight of the fountain lifted up my spirits. I throw a coin over my shoulder making a secret wish !!
Finally, the day ended with a nice Indian dinner.
Today although unplanned, we decided to visit the other ...
... the restaurant Bradden and I ate at the night before, it was still delicious as we got different meals. After tea we decided we wanted to have a drink somewhere, so headed to an area I read about on the other side of the train station. We got lost! And walked for a really long time. We couldn't find a bar or pub anywhere! It was as if they didn't exist in Rome! We finally found a place that looked more like a small restaurant but read the sign saying 2.50 Euro cocktails ...