Our Roman Passagiatta – The planning worked well.

Having taken Helen to Rome and let her snooze for a while in our room, we then set off for our Roman Passageiatta.

We paid 1.5 Euro per ticket to ride the number 64 bus for 9 stops and from there made our way on foot to Piazza Navonna.

Arriving in daylight, we strolled through the Piazza looking at the architecture and Artists and listening to the street musicians.

Piazza Navonna Fountains

Accordion Player

An ancient and a modern Roman in Piazza Navona

An ancient and a modern Roman in Piazza Navonna

piazza navonna

We found a cafe in a side street for our evening meal before starting our twilight walk route.

Returning first to the Piazza Navonna the darkness and street lights had brought a magical air to the square.

Piazza Navonna  at the start of our Roman Passegiatta

Piazza Navonna at the start of our Roman Passegiatta

Pantheon

Visiting the Pantheon at night has to be the best time to experience the Majesty of the building

Leaving the Pantheon

Leaving the Pantheon

We finished our Passegiatta at Trevi Fountain throwing a coin in the Water so that we may return to Rome.

We finished our Passegeiatta at Trevi Fountain throwing a coin in the Water so that we may return to Rome.

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