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... in Rome in the Trastevere area and we are going to the show (begins at 10.30 pm – will I stay awake??). Too much to eat but wonderful day.
Saturday: Slept in, did the washing and then went into Cisterna to do some shopping – once again mainly for gifts including for Antonietta. It was quite busy in there today but good to see. Light lunch at home and hanging around doing organizational things ...
... up and down the steep 15 minute walk in the little town (where the car was parked) an extra time looking for it! By that time it was getting dark and stormy and we had to find our way to our next stop, Tarquinia.
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Today we visited the Gardens of Ninfa, said (by Monty Don amongst others) to be the most romantic gardens in the world.
The town of Ninfa was established by the Romans and grew very wealthy, but was abandoned in the 17th Century. It was uninhabited until the creation of the current gardens began in the 1920s.
Some buildings have been restored, but mostly it's medieval ruins with exotic plants and lots of naturalised ...
... Whilst being stopped Grant changed the chain and sprockets on Crumpet (approx 60,000km on the old set with the chain case going on at 38,000km). We found a motorcycle parts shop who ordered everything we needed to be delivered the next day. Dubious we paid our deposit and returned the following day to find everything there ready for collection.
We were in need of cable ties and the local ferramentia (sounds like a brewery alas it is the hardware ...
... for People and Places. At 2:30 the bus departed campus for People and Places. We went into Rome and had a lecture at Basilica di Santa Croce and toured the inside, seeing some beautiful art and relics. From there we walked to Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterno and talked briefly there before heading to our final destination, a small chapel of a convent (the name I have forgotten at the moment) where there are ancient frescos telling a ...