Hotel Commodore Roma
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I've had a request to include some food pictures. Unfortunately I did not take that many, but I did include a couple from our last day in Salerno. One is from lunch, and one from dinner the previous night. The dinner we had Saturday night in Salerno was my favorite of the trip....we found a back alleyway tented ristorante (most of these places have teeny tiny inside areas and a somewhat larger ...
... of the Roman Empire around 500 AD the southern side of the Colosseum was felled by an earthquake in 847. Parts of the building - including the marble cladding - were later used for the construction of other landmark buildings such as the St. Peter's Basilica and Palazzo Farnese (this is known as recycling!) There were some pretty grusome activities (sports) here.... and not real good if you were sentenced to death..... you got one of the early gigs to ...
Wandering towards my fave panini place (btw they are nothing like panini in the uk) I found a recommended restaurant finally open and happy to seat one and with a 13€ fixed menu! Understanding about half of the menu and not being a fady eater I went for it and was very glad. They only have 1 lunch menu so it's eat that or go somewhere else. This is usually a sign of confidence in a chef & you'll get in season well cooked ...
... public holiday so public transport is reduced. When a bus arrives it is packed with people right to the doors and we don't have a shot of getting on and miss our arranged tour.
On a brighter note we get to spend the rest of the day with a friend from our trip - Amelia. We wander and see the Spanish steps and some markets before calling it a day. I spend an hour by the pool before it closes ridiculously early at 7pm.
Hopefully we will have better luck ...
... in Rome! I was sceptical - the internet gave no real idea- but it was incredible. They have recently found, under the 16th century palazzo (Palazzo Valentini) that houses State offices, an incredible sumptuous Roman Villa, and are slowly bringing it to life! We walked over glass floors suspended above the floors of the villa, marvelled at the hot sauna, cold pools and tepid rooms for relaxing - and thought of the slaves, stoking the furnace down below - and were ...