We have now left Rome behind and have been so busy there has been no time to write each day with the head on the pillow being the main priority at the end of the day. Rome itself was the highlight. After the Colosseum5 the next day we enjoyed an evening opera recital at St Paul s behind the walls with the most angelic voices resonating in a lovely church lined with Mosaics. We had the most exquisite lunch at the Hotel Eden with 200 degree vista views over Rome with the church bells ringing from every direction over the sun drenched eternal landscape. In the evening Ket was showing terminal withdrawal symptoms from an absence of Rice and Noodles in her diet.. so we went Indian in the Travastere area and enjoyed a meal thanks to Tripadviisor that would otherwise have been impossible to locate. On our final day we toured the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel on a tour with the rest of the world on board... a very special place. Almost enough to inspire you to turn up at Church more often. St Peters has distances marked on the floor in metres so they can show where all the other churches in the world would end if they placed them inside St Peters.... a kind of " ours is bigger than yours'" very public boast....possibly in breach of the eleventh commandment thou shalt not be boastful... I refrained from joking with the guide that they were distance markers for how far it was to the alter for golf club selection purposes.. We finished our tour with a horse drawn carriage ride back to the Trevi fountain. No picture of this place does it justice.... it is like an ancient waterfall fairy land. People just hang out... and this was a special place for Ket and we got some loverly photos to finish our Rome segment after sundown.