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... far more than the dinner the night before. It is weird adjusting to spaghetti that is al dente, as we always cook as a lil more. I ended up having a second beer cause I really did need a drink. After the amazing spaghetti, we had a tiramisu. I am not a big or often eater of tiramisu, but I did enjoy it, something sweet to finish off a lovely lunch. Now back to the meeting point for the fast track entry to the St Peter's Basilica at 3pm. After we checked in, ...
We got going early because they were supposed to be coming to do some further renovation to our apartment. It didn't happen and reminded us very much of tradies in Australia. Firstly, we walked to the Piazza and church to see the Bocca Della Verita. Yes we have been coming to Rome since 1983 and have never seen it before. We did watch Roman Holiday last night so it was fun to see this (ex fountain/water dispenser) and have our photo taken to ensure we are not ...
... amp; contains a fountain by Bernini. We are tired of walking so end up eating pasta a bit over priced with a view of the fountain. Spaghetti & meatballs for me & carbonara for Grant. After paying the bill I discover they have the chocolate dessert balls. So I try one. Overrated but still nice. We find the train back to the station closest to our hotel & stagger with heat & exhaustion back to our room. Blisters are killing me. So nice to have an air conditioned ...
... every other person who didn't have a ticket. Found a hill and waited , eventually The Stones started, and although you couldn't see them, you could hear the band not too bad, and not too good, was still exciting to sit there knowing the Rollingstones were playing.
Eventually left and went home, another wine before bed and then big sleep, as the next day was leaving Rome and driving, ...
... Each level was visibley different but the preservation was mindblowing. Dan just loved being able to walk in an ancient Roman home from the 1st century. There was even a school on the lower level, that surprised the boys- can't escape school lads!
When we resurfaced we investigated the present level Basilica. Dan & Alex lit a candle in rememberance of Nan & Pop , a special moment for us. The cloisters outside were so still and calm so we ...