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... refreshed and with spirits raised, we headed for Piazza Navona. I’ve been lucky enough to have gone to Rome four times now but I must admit it’s taken me a while to appreciate the Piazza Navona. It really is a beautiful area. Sergio explained to us that Piazza Navona is built on the old Roman racetrack and that is why it is an oval. If you pay attention, you notice that it is in fact an oval and you can easily see, in your head, ...
... with out any hiccups on our way! The only clear message I have yet to share is how patient you have to be for public transport. In this three day span alone, I have probably waited for more than two hours collectively for the buses in Rome. Maybe by the end of this, I'll have more patience! Haha unlikely story.
Oh and in case you are wondering, 19,000 steps equates to over 8.5 miles, according to the Apple Health App. So don't worry, I'm burning off all of my pasta calories!
... a little bemused.
We are now just finishing up a couple of glasses of white wine (Grillo Voigner) and have booked a night in Bracciano in a lovely (we hope) apartment just outside of the Medieval town with views across the lake. We only have one night there, but it will be a change from a hectic Rome. Anyone who can drive a car in Rome deserves a medal. They are all bl**dy crazy.
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... sites by chance as we walked to our destination, such as the extravagant Victor Emmanuel Monument. The Trevi Fountain was drained and mostly covered as it was under construction, which was a pretty major disappointment, but apparently something that happens pretty frequently in Rome. After that we headed to the Spanish Steps, with the small fountain there also caged for construction. We had a seat, enjoying the much milder temperature ...
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