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... is incredible, it's hard to imagine what the whole place looked like in it's heyday.
After our tour, we wandered up to Palatine Hill and read a couple of signs, but as it was quite warm and my feet were sore, we didn't spend a whole lot of time here. What we did see was impressive.
There is obviously a lot more to Rome than the ancient bits, but I have really enjoyed our visit here.
... the way up 5 floors only to realize that that's where the boys were staying, not the girls. We then took our bags downstairs and walked further down the streets and had to walk up 6 floors of stairs. It was very hot and sweaty, but it was worth it when we reached the top because we realized we had the whole top floor of an apartment to ourselves. Everybody was so tired from the ...
... Incredible art work, beautiful statues and tapestries .
We tired to take it all in , but it was impossible. There is so much beauty there. The statues had so much detail. What Talent to accomplish such beauty out of marble and stone.
After a quick gelato we were off to the Trevi fountain. That again was beautiful.
Jeff and I decided to head off somewhere a bit less crowded and walked the streets of Rome , it was so ...
... of year it was packed with tourists but we managed to make a wish.
Paul then wanted to check out the Pantheon and thought he could see it on our Italian map so we made our way there. Unfortunately his Italian wasn't as good as he thought and It was some other church (Chiesa di San Giacomo in Augusta) impressive all the same. It was then a short walk to piazza del popolo.
The next day we had booked onto a food tour and were pretty ...
... of Cinque Terre. Amazing scenery and postcard perfect little towns, buzzing with tourists who had taken the train but still worth the hike, with endless sea one side, terraced vineyards the other, and you on a tiny clifftop track. Sweated up a storm in the heat, but exerted enough energy to justify heading back to the wine festival again and doing our bit for the local economy by sampling their wares. Could have spent a lot longer here, the pace of life is way more chilled ...