There are good ice creams in Rome but this place is special - offering a deep chocolate flavour generously overflowing each cone. I'm holding Linda's - just while she takes a picture.
In the Imperial tradition much of Rome is best viewed from a motor car. Unlike many modern cities it has none of those inventions that can cause drivers inconvenience like pedestrian controlled crossing lights. Much of the magnificent architecture, especially the Colisseum stand in the centre of traffic islands so that a car can drive smoothly around the building unhindered by people on foot.