Courtyard Rome Central Park
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Well, here's the first thing I forgot to include for a day. As we were descending into Amsterdam, we noticed some very brightly lit fields. There were a number of them. I’m guessing they were flower fields that needed to have light for some kind of reason. If anyone knows what they are all about though, I’d love to hear it. There should …
... people to take their selfies anyway and upload them to the official fountain website.
From Fontana di Trevi it was a quick 10-minute walk home. I knew Antonella's apartment was centrally located but now I knew exactly how close it was to everything.
I have to say, Rome was very quick to steal my heart with its narrow streets and gigantic ancient buildings and amazing food and gelato. This city is amazing, and I can't wait to see more tomorrow.
... so many locals and tourists to wonder about the ancient civilisation. Rome is a golden city ('gold' also starts with a 'G' - maybe I should integrate it into my title for that added alliteration). I imagined Rome to be hot, like a Mediterranean desert. Even in Roman Holiday with Audrey Hepburn and Carey Grant it seems hot and golden despite the film being in black and white. The constantly flowing water from the drinking fountains seems to add to the sensation of ...
... crowds are significant, so we spend only 30 minutes here and then move outside where the tour ends. We spend some time looking around in the square, contemplating the crowds that are here on special occasions like papal masses at Christmas and Easter, and for the election of a new Pope.
After a while, we decide to get some lunch and then walk the short distance to Castel San Angelo. This too is an amazing sight built in 135AD as the mausoleum ...
... cold. Making our way to dinner, we vow to try something different on our last Tuscan night. There's a great bartender there who fulfills Richard's request for bourbon and pleases me with the apertif of the house. Don't know what it was, house secret, and none of the 3 or 4 bottles were familiar. It was fabulous. We had the best table in the house, next to the window, and spent most of our meal time talking of our memories. We stuck to our plan of trying something ...