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We bought a couple of sirloin steaks to have with salad, just what we feel like after pasta, fish, and Maltese sweets. Meg made minced beef pies as well as it has been a long time since we left Australia. This is not to say that we are homesick but our palates occasionally call for the familiar. Walked down and across the Tiber for a couple of hours and made arrangements for tomorrow's ...
... of the sea serpent is misleading in the statue because it is sculpted as just a large garden snake. This statue is important to the history of Rome because of the story it tells and because of its influence on art. It was discovered in Rome in 1506. It was found in the ground and had to be dogged out. When it was unearthed Michelangelo and other artists were told to come and take a look at it. They ...
... far more than the dinner the night before. It is weird adjusting to spaghetti that is al dente, as we always cook as a lil more. I ended up having a second beer cause I really did need a drink. After the amazing spaghetti, we had a tiramisu. I am not a big or often eater of tiramisu, but I did enjoy it, something sweet to finish off a lovely lunch. Now back to the meeting point for the fast track entry to the St Peter's Basilica at 3pm. After we checked in, ...
... Santa has attracted Christian pilgrims who wish to honor the Passion of Jesus. This staircase may only be ascended on your knees. So I asked directions and The Staircase was in a building directly across the road. And as it would close between 12 and 2pm, I left the church for a while and headed over there. You walk in the double doorway and directly in front of you is The Staircase. Walls on both sides and the stairs ascending. While I was there, 50 or ...
... of the work that went into it centuries ago. During the evening we chose to do a guided Secrets of Rome walk. During our walk we saw the Trevi Fountain which unfortunately is undergoing an extensive restoration so was covered in scaffolding. I did throw my four coins in which grant me any wish so will see how that goes. I am not sure if our guide gave us a voucher to buy an ice cream to compensate for the Trevi situation, it went down very well. ...
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