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... their element and could not resist visiting for a look and couple of photo's.
At the end of the day we made our way back to our apartment satisfied knowing we did all we could and enjoyed our fantastic stay in Rome.
Tomorrow we will start heading north to eventually make our way back to France where we are due to check into our next apartment on Saturday in Haselbourg,
We will look back on our time in Rome with lots of fond memories.
... arm and hand movement as possible and most smoke.
The walking tour was good to allow us to get some knowledge of where things are. Travel tip: don't just buy any old city map. Have a look at it first, and see if it has pictures of the main attractions, where the streets are. My map had big pictures of the Colosseum , Pantheon,etc, but I could not see the roads under the pictures to know where the hell I was!!
By the time we got home, we knew we had had a big day. ...
... just out of the city centre, we had dinner at a local restaurant , and were amazed at the number of people out and about. Street after street was full of people walking around, having dinner, looking at the market stalls and watching street performers. It was a fantastic vibe in the streets around Trastevere. Today, we started at the Colosseum. We passed the Circus Maximus, where chariot racing took place, on the way. Once again, on the way to the Colosseum, I was amazed at ...
... really feeling like a rebel now! But we made it to the city center without getting a ticket checked and not needing to pay a fine. Once in town, we made our way to the Colosseum. It towered over everything around it and was awesome. So what did we do, we stood in line to get tickets. Luckily there were less people trying to sell things, just had to deal with the people giving tours to bypass the line. Once inside we spent a ...
Yesterday we had a relaxed day for our last day in Doussard. Not much choice really with everything being closed on a Sunday. Peter and Fraser went for a bike ride along the lake. Then we decided to check out the Fete du Pomme (apple festival) we had been told about in the next village. We strolled over there and found the centre streets of the village closed off. Trestle tables were down the centre and people were eating from the food stalls ...