The Strand Hotel
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... We've walked in the footsteps of kings, emperors and popes. We've appreciated art and architecture. We've marvelled at iconic landmarks. We've reflected on history and cutural differences. We've relished pastries, pizza, pasta, ristotto, chocolates, gelato, turon, nougat, cava, prosecco, hot chocolate and copious amounts of Starbucks. We've visited palaces, cathedrals, churches, ruins and squares. We've strolled along waterways of rivers, ...
... decided to go to church with them instead. The tour finished with the changing of the Swiss guards outside the basilica, these guards must all be under 30 and from the German part of Switzerland. This afternoon we had a tour booked around the Colosseum and Palatine Hill. We ended up on a bit of an information overload, but at least it leaves tomorrow more free for us now. We had an English speaking Italian archeologist for our tour guide, who was very knowledgable and ...
... to bring home to my darling Denise? Not a chance! I just walked the walk but I've got the photos to prove I was there.
Caught the Metro back to Barberini where there was a shop I wanted to visit. Afterwards I walked to the Pantheon via the Trevi Fountain. The fountain is closed for repairs although there was a bridge/walkway set up to allow tourists to get close. I chose not to do it so I didn't toss in my coin so I guess I'm not coming back. (I sort of knew ...
... up as devote Catholics with Val spending time in the convent, and both Mum and Norma whilst also practising Catholics both teaching religious education at primary schools as teachers so the Vatican was their holy grail (sorry). After standing in the sun and hearing the address in about 8 languages, a few photos it was time for exploring. It was funny that I got more excited than anyone at this address but I suppose I have always been one excitable nostalgic puppy (according ...
... are hardly any road works, and traffic actually moves. Granted we were heading away from Rome to the Amalfi Coast, but even so... Meredith did a great job navigating as usual and we took the opportunity to stop at a couple of Servicios to grab a coffee and some local culture on the way. Coincidentally this was our first try at Italian espresso, and even at an overgrown service station they take pride in this national drink. The latte was served in a ...