Cycling

Rome: The Trevi Fountain

It’s easier to get a better picture of the crowd than it is the fountain itself. So that’s what you’ve got I’m afraid.
I walked from Marcello’s flat which is in the area behind the main railway station into the centre. It took me about half an hour; I just hope I can remember the way back later.
I suppose that having a day off in a place like Rome could end up being more exhausting than cycling 100+ kilometres into a head wind. Which is why I just want to find a quiet little corner, have read through my guide book and pick just one, perhaps two interesting things to do or see, do or see them then find another quiet little corner and do nothing. I’m not sure that I have found a quiet little corner here at the Trevi Fountain. I’ll let you know when I do…

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