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... for breakfast and popped them back to the apartment. We set off again on an orientation walk then found a restaurant to eat at. While we were looking at the menu we chatted to another tourist who told John of a Vietnamese/Chinese restaurant a street away. We checked it out in the way home so we will eat there tomorrow night. The meal we had at a local restaurant was very good, but what we are missing is the greens that we are used to at home, hence the reason for ...
... enjoyment). So we plugged into our Navman and I tried my upmost to hold my thumb and forefinger in the correct position to make it work, whilst at the same time direct James through the streets of Rome. Heading in the general vicinity, James, who has now been to Rome on three different occasions, felt quite up to self navigating. Having almost thrown the Navman at James, as well as out the window, I gladly let him take on this role. So I kept hearing, “so ...
... mini buses.
After this we roamed around the lanes near by, which had all the high end brands. We also went to see the Ferrari Showroom close by.
We roamed around bit more and went to Piazza Navona for dinner. This is undoubtedly the most beautiful and lively square in Rome. It has some beautiful fountains and lots places to eat. All around the square you ll see artist doing spray painting and making some wonderful creations which they sell for EUR 10 pp. We went ...
... the Colosseum was included in that list. As we approached the massive amphitheater you could see the extensive queue to enter near on circling the entire building. We could have easily spent half the day queuing, but walked straight in and within minutes were within the walls of the historic amphitheater.
The Colosseum is known as one of the greatest works of Roman architecture and is the largest amphitheater in the world. It is estimated it can hold between ...
We relaxed in the morning. Then we headed out to retrace our steps of last night with the addition of Roger, Christina and Matthew. It was much hotter so we stopped at all the fountains. Matthew especially liked the lions at Piazza di Popoplo. We had a cafe breakfast near there. Then we visited the Spanish Steps and McDonalds. ...
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