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... had a heart attack, 17€ for two mugs of coffee, what a rip off!
As we entered St Peter's square we were amazed at the grandure of it all, laid out between 1656 and 1667 for Pope Alexander XII. The two semi circular colonnades each consist of four rows of columns, totalling 284 and in top of the colonnades there are 140 saints.
We joined the queue it seemed quite long as it curved half way around the ...
... the Chianti and Azzurro has been pretty good as well.
The weather has been fantastic, hot sunny days, with a couple of thunder storms.
The view of the City from Piazzale Garibaldi near Trastevere.
Finding Trastevere Piazza complete with restaurants, live music and a beautiful church on the last day.
Shelton's entertaining bartering with the Hawkers.
An outdoor clothesline.
Getting ripped off ...
... time and admire the beautiful frescos on the ceiling and aligning the walls. It was such a quiet and respectful visit this time. We spent around 15 minutes being able to just sit and look up at the ceiling and walk around without crowds and especially without the guards yelling "be quiet" and "no pictures". This visit actually made me cry a little since it was so wonderful (but please don't tell anyone). Our group headed to see the rest of the ...
Trastevere - "Across the Tiber" - whose inhabitants are proud of their supposed slave origins. The neighbourhood started as an Etruscan stronghold, morphing to a twenty-first bohemian centre of arts of crafts. Now one of the trendiest spots in Rome. And home to the best gelati, IF you can find the spot on the not-so-accurate tourist ...
... been exceeded so will have to stick to jewelry...what a shame! Pat's going okay with her luggage but is culling as we go along...
In the afternoon we set forth for Sienna which is at the very heart of the high Tuscan plateau. Once again tourist buses are not allowed within the city walls so we caught the shuttle bus into the city. You have to have a permit to stay in Sienna which costs €110 for 3 hours and if buses overstay they are fined...such ...