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... Really friendly people. Building started on the castle around 1200 and it was stopped shortly after for lunch. BaBum!! It was added on and added on until around 1450 by the Orsini Family. Along with the Medici, this is one of the most famous and powerful families in Italy. The Pope used to come and stay here when there was ever a bad case of Plague in Rome. The castle was very interesting and we took plenty of photos. Only half way round did we realise that no ...
... a bottle of Chianti. The whole meal was fantastic with several different desserts and liqueurs. I had Limoncello, delicious. About 10.30 we went outside to see all these fireflies on the property. I'd never seen them before.
Grancia Di Cuna to Buonconvento 15.5ks
We had a late start as breakfast was at 8am, wow it was worth the wait. There were boiled eggs and ham, strawberries, cereal, and about 5 different cakes. We took some ...
... as we did't want to tarnish the Hokie brand. The gelato store was claimed to have the best in Italy: they maybe right. By the way, the bike tour included gelato so that two in one day! Our stroll lead us to the Spanish Steps. It was like bees on a honeysuckle bush, people all around. We could not understand what the big deal was. We climbed the 137 steps and snapped a few pictures before walking back to ...
... before the vatican. So you can imagine it's pretty grand. Huge marble statues of the apostles and a gold altar and ceiling (as per). Great church, not my favorite, but worth a look because of its significance.
After THAT I walked all the way back to the colosseum and past it to the capitoline museums. These were really good too, I'm not a fan of audioguides which was all they had so I'm not really sure what I saw (there was so much!) apart from a famous carravaggio ...
... our guide for the morning, With her magic wand (a shiny chrome pointer with a pink bow on the top) held aloft we followed her to the first stop - the Trevi fountain. I was unprepared for its proportions as it came into view, since it is huge and completely dominates the small square. We did the touristy thing and both threw our coins into the water along with the busy crowds, so who knows, we might just visit Rome again in our lifetimes. Moving on, we ...