Hotel Lord Byron
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... and then finnished the tour with a suppli, which is like an arronccinni ball, and then gelato. Glad is was a walking tour as we ate a lot of food! Had a light dinner at home as we were still full. Yesterday we had an early start with a visit to the Vatican. We decided to take a tour which was not that great. The things in the Vatican museum are beautiful but the crowds were horrendous. The Pope was holding an audience so i think ...
... which once stood on the grounds. The crowds were very reasonable and we were able to find a quiet place under a tree as our guide told us all the story of the founding of Rome. We visited the temple of Julius Cesear where his ashes were once buried (before somebody took off with the urn) and we found out that the location in the city that he was stabbed to death was somewhere very near our apartment building. We had ...
... to be coming up that road. I smiled and said, "buona sera" and just kept walking. When we finally got to the basilica, there was a group of youngsters about 100 strong singing to beautiful christmas music. We sat there, bathed by the beautiful voices for a while. By the time we were done there, I was done and needed a rest. Paul and our friend kept at it while I went back to the hotel and took a bit of a rest.
At 7pm I took a ...
... smaller but proportionate to the pyramids in Egypt. It was incorporated into the Aurelian wall built to defend Rome from attack. We are also standing outside Porta San Paolo, one of the 18 original gates of the city. Just beyond the pyramid lies the Protestant Cemetery. This was created in the early 1800s and contains the graves of Romantic poets, John Keats and Percy Bysshe Shelley, as well as many diplomats including Antonio Gramsci, the first leader of the ...
... chose a small trattoria with a few outdoor tables that looked welcoming. Well, we sat down and pursued a modest menu and ordered - it looked like would be good. As we waited for our meal, locals began pouring in - couples friends and families, filling the tables in and out and gathering in small groups in the lamp light to wait patiently for their turn at a table. It was then we noticed the awards and newspaper articles decorating the door - this ...