Back from a wonderful holiday in Rome.
We stayed in Testaccio, a really lovely area, just south of the Aventine Hill, not too touristy with lots of really good (and very inexpensive) restaurants, and within easy walking distance of the city centre.
Testaccio has a fantastic market.
This stall sold only tomatoes - there were at least 15 different varieties available.
Of course, like in any market, there were stalls devoted to selling general tat.
I liked the name of this shop.....I guess this is all you need really.
Clearing up after the market in Campo di Fiori.
Cafe on the Piazza Navona.
I'll freely admit that we spent most of our time scoffing excellent pizza and industrial quantities of gelato, but we did manage to visit some of the sights ....
and the Pantheon