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... me that a vast number of statues in Rome do not have heads.
Funny thought (squirrel!) : This is the land of headless statues and polo shirts. Yes I said it.
Walked all over and stopped in at the Modi Cafe, near the entrance to the Biorghese Gardens. Truth is e stopped foe drinks alot on this trip JUST TO USE THE BATHROOM! Otherwise its a €1 everytime - or you find another place. Great ...
... br> That is strange. This goes to the airport but everyone had to get off. So we looked around and went upstairs for information. A kind lady saw us looking lost, again, and came over to explain that there are three options. Another train will come and take us to the airport, but it only comes every 30 minutes or so. We could take a cab to the airport. Or we could transfer to a regular train which would take us to the airport. The ...
Today we got out early, it was unfortunately raining! Not deterred by this we headed in search of the colosseum, not hard to miss this epic structure, next was Trevi fountain, which unfortunately is under repair till March 2015!! Hard to get the full beauty of the fountain with all the scaffolding, but we can say we have been into/over the Trevi fountain, which would not normally be possible. ...
... past some really cool stuff at the end).
There was a musical night with an orchestra and dinner going on - that looked really interesting! First we saw some sculptures, some mosaics, thru some different rooms, down a long hall with a gorgeously painted ceiling (oh, to spend time looking at that!) thru the map room (which was fascinating) to the Raphael rooms (beyond gorgeous) and thru a few other rooms (a little under 2 hours I ...
... about a 25 minute stroll through the park, a nice break from the urban setting we have had in Rome. We eventually arrived at Piazza del Popolo, where we had a small antipasta before catching the Metro back to town. After a quick detour so I could get train tickets for tomorrow, we set our to Trastevere, the old Roman neighborhood
across the Tiber River. Many a crusty old Trastevere-ian claim with pride that they have ...