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... was Mt Vesuvius, where our very skilled bus driver navigated some very windy and narrow roads up the mountain. Once we parked near the top, we had to hike to the peak, which took about 20 minutes and made me realise just how unfit I am. It had really nice views from the top and we could look into the volcano pit. No lava to be seen but there was some smoke coming from the ground in the side. We took some lava rock home that was scattered along the path down ...
... and excited about a new city, but first we had one more full day in Rome.
The hotel shuttle dropped us off at St. Peter's where we remembered we had a couple more things to buy, but the store was not yet opened. Into a little shop for a quick bite of breakfast. A very common breakfast food in Italy is a croissant filled with marmalade, or possibly chocolate. We didn’t love them. I would really prefer a good croissant plain and I think ...
... still quite a ways away. We shopped along the way, even stopped to enjoy a gelato. The traffic in Rome is absolutely horrible & I felt we were taking our life every time we had to cross a street. Sloan had a pedometer and today we had walked about 10 miles.
We arrived back at the hotel & planned to meet downstairs in the salon for wine in an hour & then head out for dinner. I had the shutters open in our ...
... day in Rome was pretty low key. I wasn't feeling the best and we were pretty tired so Cortney and I decided to just go out for a little while. We went to the Santa Maria della Vittoria, which is an absolutely gorgeous baroque church built in the early 1600's. It is where Bernini's 'Ecstasy of Saint Teresa' is located. In case you were wondering, there are a lot of churches in Rome and they are all filled with gorgeous artwork. We also wandered about the city a bit and were ...
... how do you trash such a historical city?!" There are also a lot of men selling items along the streets, everywhere you go. They run up to you, get in your face, and are basically relentless (the homeless beggers were the same way). A couple times, dad got pulled into pictures with street performers and people selling things. We kept telling him, don't make eye contact!