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... the Spanish Steps. Considered the most famous square in Rome (many of the squares are the "most famous"), it was build in the 17th century to house the Spanish Embassy to the Holy See. At the top of the 144 steps in sections of 12 is the French Church of Trinita dei Monti. Apparently the French wanted a statue of Louis XIV but the Pope at the time vetoed the idea. One of the other facts about the Spanish Steps is that many a famous model has had her picture taken on the ...
... we enjoy an impulsive celebratory tour of the city with Berlin's activist bicycle community. On the weekend we ride out to the Prenzlauer Berg, located along the old east-west border. We venture into the Mauerpark Sunday Flea Market. We join the crush shuffling through a labyrinth of stalls selling everything from Iggy Pop LP's to upright pianos to artificial limbs. Beside the market is a scruffy park packed with energetic buskers, groups of hippy kids playing ...
... face while I showed him my ticket briefly and rushed out. After leaving the bus I realized that nobody else had followed suit and they were all caught talking to the police.
So I wandered and met this Korean couple who were also heading towards the Pantheon. Apparently they were a secret company couple and the guy had proposed to her on the Seine river. Ah yes sweet and all that. Meh. It seems to much of a distant future for me. Anyways we made the trek to the ...
... fairly well. It’s also the home, apparently, of 100’s of cats. I saw only 3, but it was during the mid-day heat so maybe they were all resting somewhere cool and out of sight!
I walked through Campo de Fiori and bought more tomatoes, an avocado, and a cucumber. I also stopped in a small grocery store for peanuts and cheese—ha! This entire walk was only about 3 miles but I was bone tired by the time I got ...
... hour to get from the airport to the Hotel Lancelot, which is located in a small neighborhood just beyond the Colloseum.
Fortunately for us, our rooms were ready when we arrived at the hotel. We were able to go up, take a short nap, and shower and shave so as to be semi refreshed for our afternoon tour of the Vatican museums and the Sistene Chapel. We left the hotel at about 1:00 and met our tour group at ...