Hotel Villa del Parco
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... t risk going to chariot races unless he sat by himself, right away from the rest of the crowd. He was eventually murdered by his own body guards, and there was a rumour that this was directed by his wife. I think that I must remember to try to stay on Issy's good side.
The tour finishes. It is still ridiculously hot. The queues to fill water bottles from taps are very long. I leave Issy sitting in the shade while I try to get to the top of Palatine Hill for ...
... one of over 50 significant ones in Rome. To our disappointment we found it completely closed off due to repair works (started in Jan 13 for a scheduled 20 months and now projected to be finished in Oct 2015...so that makes it 34 months of Italian time?) so no tossing pennys in over your shoulder to be sure to return to Rome. The city is also missing out on an estimated daily income of over 3000 euros.
Next stop was the Pantheon, originally a Roman temple ...
... cleaner, but it has so many views that take your breath away. I always tend to feel like I am Roman when here. We walked back towards Trastevere for a late pasta lunch and it started raining – good lunch at 'Grazie and Graziella's’. Coming home to this apartment is very nice indeed. We are now getting a good tasting of living in Italy in a big city for a ...
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Saint Peter's ...
... What a long day and short night (on the flight across the pond). All the changes of planes and trains worked to perfection and here we are, spending the night at the lovely Hotel Piazza Bellini (perhaps in honor of Brazil’s great world champion captain, Luiz Bellini of 1958 that just passed way last week?). Who knows.
Rome’s huge airport is so Italian – a bit historic a bit under construction a bit unkempt and a whole lot busy ...