Friday, September 30, 2016

Rome - Neighborhoods

Saturday, 24 September 2016

Today we took a very long walk through Rome. A 9-hour 10-mile walk (with plenty of stops) cannot be covered in one blog post, so I've divided it into four posts.

Neighborhoods and street life reveal the true charm of Rome. This post celebrates the streets of Rome.

The Jewish Ghetto. It was the Sabbath (Saturday), so the synagogue and museum were closed to tourists. (But most of the restaurants and delis were open.)
Behind Piazza Navona
A shopping lane between Piazza Navona and Castel Sant'Angelo
Campo di Fiori from the perspective of our lunch table. (Our only pizza while we were in Italy.)
Italians take pride in their cuisine.
A BMW motorcycle with cowling, head restraint and seat belt. Other versions had a small "trunk" on the back seat.

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