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Today with no official plans, we took it easy. Went to the Campo di Fiori market. Met my cousin Allessio for coffee. Followed Rick Steve's walking tour through the Jewish Ghetto. Traveled into Travestere where we had a lunch. Fried artichokes where the special treat of the day. Went back to the Spanish Steps for a last goodbye of Rome.
Breakfast was served in the little breakfast nook in the hotel. After breakfast we got in cab and went to our Eternity Tour of the Colosseum. The tour lasted 5 1/2 hrs with a break for lunch. We also got a tour of the Palladium and The Forum.
Went back to hotel to recharge. Then out to another wonderful dinner and our nightly cup of gelato.
We got up early in order to catch the train to Napoli Centrale to catch our 10:00 train to Roma. When we arrived in Rome, we hopped on the bus, which dropped us off right in front of Residenza Zandarelli near Piazza Navona. This hotel was a small 6 room hotel in an apartment building. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. The Koskis were …
... here. This was the church pilgrims came to. I did an audio tour and it was brilliant. There is a Cloister, with a well in the centre dating back to 900AD. So many relics. Then I read about The Holy Staircase. The Holy Stairs are a set of 28 white marble steps located within a building in southeast Rome under the management of the Vatican. The steps, long encased in a protective framework of wooden steps, are located in a building that incorporates part of ...
... from the day so far, so we walked back over to the room and picked up some gelato on the way from Don Pepe. After mom had the black cherry the night before, I knew I had to have some - so black cherry and crème - OMG - I want more...the best I had on our trip. Mom decided to have a rest so hubby and I decided to walk the way mom and I did on our first morning. So we walked down the road and popped into a few churches along the way. Then back up ...