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... than jet off in a car to Siena alone - their original plan. Dad was still sick, Mom was getting sicker and so a rest seemed in order. Karen's three days in Rome turned into two since she would accompany Mom and Dad to Genoa, so in two days and two nights we went to the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Vatican, Pantheon, Colosseum, Campo de Fiori, and Piazza Navona. The incredible heat wave we had in Vienna and Budapest ended so the weather was great and we ...
3. After orientation I went to a bar and got a panini with ham and mozarella and it was awkward because I wanted to get it to-go but they don't really do that here and I paid up front...and you just don't do that. Oh wells. Still new to the city. Then two of the housemates went to a supermarket and I bought a bar of chocolate, hurray! I've been craving chocolate for so long!
4. Then I took a nap because I felt ******.
... day before, when we first got off the train in Levanto about 9pm and were looking for our campground, we ran across another backpacker. We asked him if he knew where the campground was. He told us he didn't even know if there were any campgrounds in town, but he wanted to stay in one. Apparently he just randomly got of the train hoping to find a campground. I was aware of three, but only had a mental map of where they were. He asked for the most beautiful one, so I directed ...
... s Julius Caeser.
Found a little restaurant near the Colosseum and had a glass of red. We're booked on a day trip to Capri tomorrow and I also want to visit Rome Museum before we leave for Venice.
Wake up call at 6am - hideously early as I found a few good bars on the way back to the hotel last night and felt compelled to try them all. One was a little Irish pub called the Fiddler's Elbow plus a local place ...