Campo de' Fiori

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  • Day3

    Delelotti rom tura

    March 2, 2017 in Italy ⋅ ⛅ 15 °C

    A reggeli után - ami persze gyárilag csak édesség lett volna és nem voltak annyira flexibilisek a kávézóban h cseréljenek így vettem egy szendvicset h legalább cukrot ne egyek - elindultunk a Colosseum fele. Nagyon jók nez ki meg mindig, bár kisebb akadalypalya mire az ember megküzd a sok arussal és tura szervezővel. De hála a Roma pass-nak a km-es sort simán kikerültuk és pikk pakk bejutottunk. Ezt kovetoen Palatino és Fórum vegigturazasa, majd onnan Piazza Venezia az emlékművel, ahol egy kisebb tuntetesbe is belefutottunk. De nagyon békések voltak, csak álltak és dumcsiztak és lepedoket tettek ki feliratokkal. Utána elindultunk a Campo di Fiori iranyaba, de meg útba ejtettunk néhány kisebb templomot is. Jó volt már megérkezni a térre.Read more

  • Day3

    Ebed a Campo di Fiorin

    March 2, 2017 in Italy ⋅ ⛅ 15 °C

    Dorika javaslatára eldöntöttük h ebédelni a Campo di Fiorin fogunk. Már nagyon éhesek voltunk mindketten mire oda értünk, így aki a srác aki meginvitalt bennünket az első helyről h kapunk ingyen prosecco-t is, hat beultunk. De jó döntés volt, nagyon finomat ettunk, piros-fehér kockás térítos kis hely. Én ettem egy jó parmezanos minestrone levest és szarvasgombas ricottaval töltött cukkini virágot, Sanyi pedig Alfredo fettuccine-t, ami húsos gombás tészta volt alfredo szósszal. Isteni finom volt minden, főleg a cukkiniviragos étel volt nagyon különlegesen finom. Egy jó kis fehér írtál kísértük le a kaját meg. 😋
    Majd mielőtt elkezdtek a piacosok pakolni, meg gyorsan beszereztunk egy szarvasgombas pecorino-t meg egy tricolor házi készítésű spagettit.
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  • Day29

    Rome Sweet Rome

    July 15, 2016 in Italy ⋅ ⛅ 21 °C

    We stayed at Armarndo's Airbnb stay 🏠 and it was PERFECT! He completely undersold this place which was in a great location, around the corner from Piazza Navona and Piazza Fiori! Armando was so helpful and I would recommend this accomodation to anyone on a city break to Rome.

    On our first day in Rome we hopped straight to it and visited Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain and Piazza Del Popolo. We also made it to the Spanish Steps to find that they were closed, no thanks to Bvlgari!!😣

    We later found out that a few of the famous Rome landmarks and attractions have recently been closed off due to luxury fashion designers funding a restoration or clean up of the site in order to promote their fashion brand. Tods shoe designer recently cleaned the Colosseum which cost them 25 million Euros 💵.

    We booked onto a tour of the Roman Colosseum, Palatine Hill and Roman Forum. Although it was good to have a guided tour we did feel that our time in the colosseum was a bit rushed and Steve would have liked to have taken more photos.

    On that note, Steve's photo count is at 1,824! We're going to have fun selecting the ones to put into this year's holiday photo book... (which has become a yearly tradition now 😊). Who's turn is it this year Steve??? 😉

    We also visited the Vatican Museums and THANKFULLY hopped, skipped and jumped right past the 2 hour long queue to get in! "neh neh 😆" couldn't help but feel smug that we booked online in advance. Later in the afternoon we climbed to the top of St Peter's cupola (dome) for great views across the city.

    It's got to the point that I don't know what day of the week it is any more, I just count the number of nights I have in a city and be mindful that we have a train or a plane to catch! 😍 #earlyretirement
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  • Day2

    Campo di Fiori

    May 7, 2019 in Italy ⋅ ☀️ 17 °C

    Short stop at Campo di Fiori which still had the market open. A lot of people and action going on, nice just to sit and watch. Nancy bought a peeler which makes zucchini and carrot spaghetti.

    The southern section of the Centro Storico, Campo de' Fiori is another neighborhood of narrow streets, small piazzas, and ancient churches. Its main focus is the piazza itself, whose workaday fruit and veg stalls are a real contrast to the cafes and street entertainers of Piazza Navona. The open-air food market runs Monday through Saturday from early in the morning until around noon (or whenever the food runs out). From the center of the piazza rises a statue of the severe- looking monk Giordano Bruno, whose presence is a reminder that heretics were occasionally burned at the stake here: Bruno was executed by the Inquisition in 1600.

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Campo de Fiori, Campo de’ Fiori, Campo de' Fiori

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