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... this was an interesting exercise in futility as there are mostly broken pieces of many structures visible today. At this point, we determined we had to proceed around the sealed in area in order to find our way into the lower level where the ancient Roman ruins resided. As we made our way around the perimeter of the ruins we came upon a lady promoting guided tours....it took her less than 5 minutes to convince us to take a guided tour of the Collesseum. So off ...
... And on our first day we did just that. The crisp spring morning saw us walk across to the Vatican to admire the history and marvel at the marble artwork of the colossal state.
From there, we navigated along the Fiume Tevere and walked in the direction of Piazza Navona. We stopped at a tiny gelateria on Via dei Coronari for a granita that helped quench the thirst after a long, yet, captivating walk.
By this time, 12:30pm, the streets were ...
... to me. It is also called the soldiers drink because it warms you up. It is medicine for sick stomach. It kills everything in your stomach....more on that after lun cha.We are driving on very narrow roads up the mountain through forested areas vineyards stacked in terraces on the mountain side. We visited Valmalenco a mine In the mountains. In this small mountain area they have 300 minerals including Asbestos that looks like hair growing out ...
... we decide we should get dressed up and enjoy a drink on outdoor terrace on the top floor. Susan has already checked the menu and the cocktail list that is in our room, it will only be one drink! It is much cooler on the rooftop and we see heaters in place, which might come in handy. We order a glass of Prosecco each and enjoy the view. The view is what has brought everyone up here (at this price it cannot be the drinks), although ...
... from the Bed and Breakfast we were to stay at, it was meant to take about 15 from Rome Termini Train Station. That was a lie, it took nearly an hour for us to find it, and that was after myself and J asked for directions.
From there it got worse. The Bed and Breakfast (B&B) was nothing more than a man apartment with a few extra beds. The area the B&B was located was not exactly the safest and then we were charged an extra €6 each for a tax we were ...