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... rest, sleep in, enjoy a simple but superb breakfast of cheese, prosciutto, panini and pear juice at home, followed by an espresso and contorni at our local cafe. Since we are not rushed, we have time to talk to the owners who greet us with beaming smiles, know our orders, and are happy to chat, excusing our poor Italian and teaching us new Italian words ( or correcting our pronunciation of those we THINK we know). They point out that ...
... morning. We have some lunch by the pool then before we know it, it's 1pm. So we decide that Sam should try to check in early & she does. From there, we jump in a cab and head to my hotel so that I can check in. I check into my hotel, take my things up & by then, it's about 4pm so we decide to head to the tattooist so that Sam can get her tattoo before she leaves. It's about a 20 minute walk from my hotel. She wants to get a tattoo that says "love ...
... turned around, refueled, and headed out again things went smoothly for her. Seeing her walk off the plane, while way delayed, was well worth the wait. We hopped in a bus back to the center of Rome and headed to her hotel to get her all settled in. We grabbed dinner at a little café (pizza and lasagna) and explored a little bit, but called it an early night to get ready for everything I had planned for Saturday.
I still don’t know the city too well, ...
... enter the Basilica we headed left and joined the queue to head up to the top of Cupola, the dome of the Basilica. Following on from our step aerobics in Paris, we decided to take the steps all the way to the top rather than queue for longer to take a lift. We literally walked in circles as the spiral staircase took us up, up and up to a viewpoint inside the Basilica looking down into the interior of the church. Then up some much narrower stairs (not for anyone with mobility ...