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... comunale'). Nearby is the lush Villa Celimontana, close to the gardens surrounding the Baths of Caracalla. The Villa Borghese garden is the best known large green space in Rome, with famous art galleries among its shaded walks. Overlooking Piazza del Popolo and ...
... then stopped back there again, and N had another porchetta.
Our train ride to Rome was uneventful. When we got in, we were a bit tired and hungry. So we headed downstairs and lo! a number of reasonably priced restaurants. We stopped at one that had E$10 for 2 courses. The food was great. Guess what we did after lunch... If you said "napped", you would be correct! That evening we walked down to see all the ancient buildings by night... ...
... to take away! Actually they fear people scraping off the metal, so it remains locked away. Finally she took us around the back to look down on the old Roman Forum. It was the centre of the ancient city of Rome and stunning to see. So many stories, so many lives. Amazing. She pointed out where Sophia Loren used to live before she had to leave Rome for non payment of taxes too. Quite an eclectic tour. My tiredness defeats me. I will need to catch up a few things tomorrow. Enjoy the ...
... the track was stones and dirt, so the decision was to turn around and go back. We then made the second decision to not go out to Hadrian's Villa as this is actually ruins and the prospect of wandering around in the rain did not appeal. So we traipsed of through the town to the third villa Villa D"este. This was once a cardinals villa and the building was lovely but the showpiece is the beautiful gardens. Thank goodness the rain disappeared so we ...
... for desert. Watched a fun documentary on brain games (along the lines of the book, "Predictably Irrational" by Dan Ariely). Fascinating how the human brain works to convince us of so many things.
Had an interesting conversation with my seat mate (Paul and I had seats at different parts of the business class cabin). And I actually fell asleep for about 3 hrs. What a difference it all makes. By the time we made it to Rome I ...