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... has been driving taxis his whole life. He didn’t speak any English, but was eager to point out notable landmarks as we zipped by. This was more or less incomprehensible, of course, since he was giving us the Italian version.
I kept an eye on the speedometer and noticed that we were averaging about 110 kilometers per hour. That includes the stretch in the 80 kph zone, as well as the 50 kph zone. He straddled the lane while ...
... walked through the old Roman forum, the center of Ancient Rome. Glad we did as there were some interesting sites with a museum at the top of the Hill.
We then went to get a bite to eat at a Restaurant at the Jewish area that had Middle Eastern food. It was clean and good food, probably the best we had in ...
Rome is a city of image and sounds, all vivid and all unforgettable.
We stayed in Rome for 4 nights and had a great time.
We had a great drive down from Tuscany and enjoyed the scenic A1 all the way. Thankfully the GPS did not fail this time and we made it to the apartment. After dropping off the luggage we had to return the car near the Termini, only problem was we were so worried about ...
... look up!
Of couse St Peter's is beyond amazing, and our tour ended here. Patrick and I attended Mass in a side chapel. It had been a lovely morning weather - wise too, but was a bit rainy off and on in the afternoon as we headed to explore.
We went back home to freshen up and then headed on the metro to Circus Maximus and to stroll along the Tiber River. We walked around the ruins ...
... customs checks, we headed for the assigned lounge. Apart from them serving a good Spritz, the hour and a half wait was unmemorable and we eventually filed on board with the other travellers.
So, our final "ciao ciao" as we board the plane out of Rome. Best wishes to everyone for the festive season and looking forward to catching up with you [well, the NZ connection at least] in the New Year.
Buon Natale [Merry Christmas]