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... at shops at Via del Governo Veccho Drink - Campari - in bar area, then to Macherino for dinner: A had pasta amatriciana (bacon, tomato and goats cheese), J had meatballs, and I had chicken cacciatore (no tomato) and shared a pear, rocket, walnut and Parmesan salad ...
... infused skeletons of people found in the ruins (a pregnant woman, a man with his hands on his head and a dog). The cobbled roadways showing the grooves in the road where the wagon wheels go and where people can walk when it rained. I wonder if they had right away rules then?
Today was equally awesome. We had been to the colesseum before but not inside but again this is a massive area of 2000 year old history. The backdrop to ...
is ancient Rome’s birthplace, again only fragments remain. The Palantine Hill
overlooks the Forum, there is only the barest skeleton left of the Palace.
We were pretty tired after all the steps and hills, so
decided to head back to the hotel for a Siesta. Oh and our hotel is on the 4th
floor with no elevator.
Tomorrow we will tackle Vatican City.
... us around to see the major pieces (my favorite was Bernini's Apollo and Daphne). There were only nine of us on the tour (out of 360 reservations for the 9:00 time slot), so it was a great tour for only 6,5€. From the Borghese Gallery, we went to St. Peter in Chains (after walking to the train station because we couldn't find the bus stop), founded in 440 AD. We saw Michelangelo's Moses and his unfinished tomb of Pope Julius II. Legend has it that ...
... palace of Castel Gandolfo on the opposite mountain are superb. Just before Rocca di Papa is the entrance to the toll road to Monte Cavo. A temple of Jove once stood on top of this mountain, and before that, the tribes of the area met with King Tarquin before Rome was a republic. At the top of the mountain is one of the most panoramic views in the hill towns, giving you a wide survey of the Alban Hills and the Castelli Romani. Down below, Rocca di Papa is a tangle of old streets ...