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... with Professor Chodorow. We went to Piaza Navona which used to be an old racetrack, and now has the most beautiful fountain in the middle, and is amazing for people watching. We went to the Colloseum, which was beyond huge, and saw more ancient ruins than you can image. I had my first Italian gelato (Chocolate and Caramel flavored, and it was to die for!). Fun fact: in Rome, almost all of the water is clean to drink, from everywhere. ...
were able to cover from Wednesday to Sunday. I mean this literally- there was a
lot of walking involved.
We caught the train from Sorrento to Naples on Wednesday
morning, and then hopped aboard the fast train to get us from Naples to Rome in
about an hour and a half. I was unimpressed with the speed of the train. Sure,
the train was able to transport us from point A to point B more quickly than a
normal train, but ...
... calls before we set off again to look around the village, around every corner there's a photo opportunity, there's so much to see, it's just marvellous. Had diner out at a small restaurant about ninety steps from here, just down the road, our meal was lovely and sweets even better. It started to rain and then quiet heavily, it's lucky I had an umbrella and it wasn't far to walk back to were we are ...
After a busy day, we relaxed a bit before heading out to continue exploring the magnificent city of Rome. We started by visiting the church of St. Ignazio Di Loyola, then the Pantheon. The Pantheon, first built and used by the Romans as a polytheistic temple, now used as a Catholic Church, the most important aspect is the light that comes down in the center of the duomo, a light ...
... work inside. By now its around 5.30pm and I decide to make my way back to the hotel. I'm pretty happy with my efforts to get around the city today, you forget how carefree it is having the Top Deck tour do everything for you. I have my last Roman meal in the hotel restaurant downstairs. Again full of carbs, but why not this entire trip has been breads, baguettes, pastas, pizza, and wine, so I may as well have one more carb load before ...