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... be there by Paola's recommendation - she spoils us with some extra treats on top of our already bountiful supply :-) defintely worth a visit!! My choice for breakfast was a pastry filled with ricotta and topped with cherries - to die for!!
From here we take a taxi to Piazza di Spagna to see the Spanish Steps - Andrew was up front with the driver and now has that 'front of seat experience' driving in Italy - crazy!! He did not realise the risk pedestrians take ...
... very very good but very very expensive. About $6.00 Australian for a bottle. We really must start to manage our budget a bit more carefully. We wonder if Desperate Dan has Italian wine as good as this for $6.00.
When we get back on Monday it will be an early night to get ready for the train to Bari and the ferry to Dubrovnik where we expect to do b*gger all for 5 days before coming back to Rome for the flight home.
... stolen credit cards. Copies of passports were printed along with any travel insurance papers we had. For anyone planing to travel, can I suggest the use of the google drive. In this care it was invaluable. We then did go and get a pizza. Italy is famous for being the originators of pizza and pasta. Let me say that in my opinion they haven't advanced on the original template. Their pizzas are thin and burnt edged. A few olives are thrown in the middle which still contain pips, draped with ...
... so fast in your 20s. It’s impossible to imagine.
We then headed to the Spanish steps which are nicknamed that way for the Spanish consulate which used to have a very important role back in the day. Now it is one of the most fashionable districts and sometimes fashion shows are held on these steps. There was an injured pigeon which we watched for a very long time make its struggle across the plaza. There was also a ...
... Once the body was placed on the shelf it was sealed in with a piece of engraved marble. We spent about an hour underground and saw only a very small fraction of this remarkable site.
Our driver took us back into town to tour the Basilica of San Clemente which is a 12th century medieval church built on top of an earlier 4th century pagan church which was built on top of a 1st century Roman house. It is not uncommon in Italy to ...