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Headed off this morning at 8.45am. By taxi. ( It's a long way round Rome!) Beautiful day. Forecast 22 degrees and sunny. Took the taxi to the Colosseum to catch the first Hop On Hop Off Bus. No problem. Two stops to The Vatican. Hopped off and wandered into Piazza San Pietro. St Peter's Square. ( Which is a circle. But I knew that from last time.) The queue to get into St Peter's Basilica started on the very far left hand side of the square and made it's ...
... the seating depended on rigid social divisions. The first 17 rows had an imperial section for the Emperor and his invited guests, sections for senators and magistrates. The rows were reserved for knights and the middle class. The highest level had 37 rows and was reversed for the general public. The area could accommodate 60,000 spectators. Wives rarely went because they had to sit with the general public (poor people). The men frequently wandered to ...
... medical centre were very helpful and after first offering me an appointment with their gastro for EUR 130, were able to put me onto an international hospital where they said I might be able to get the blood test done without seeing an Italian doctor. We rocked up at Salvador Mundi International hospital with the letter from my specialist at home, hoping for the best. 30 minutes and EUR 114 later, the blood test was all done (without gloves mind you!!). Within a few hours they emailed ...
... way back in and saw the St. Peters Basilica walk up 600 steps to the top of the Copula! Grabbed a gelato, walked home.. Almost grabbed a couple beers and a sandwich. Back to out apartment, enjoyed a few more beers. Then out to dinner ... Wine, beer, calzone--- the beat ever and a pizza .... Another gelato and then home....showered and drinking a beer with Parker--- watching Italian ...
... months before. I was told to get the cherry/coconut gelato and that is exactly what I did…seriously soooooo good.
Next stop, was the Spanish steps. We walked to the top and there was a bunch of people selling things. One man was drawing portraits of people and he talked me into getting one. It took only between 10-15 minutes for him to draw me. I personally think he made me look like Tara Reid (who I am NOT a fan of) but nevertheless, that man has some ...
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