Aklesia Suite B&B - Colosseo
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Finally arrived in Rome. Over an hour late leaving Amsterdam due to weather. Weather actually wasn't that bad by Canadian standards. If we had those problems when it's 0 degrees, we would hardly ever have airports open. Aside from that, all is good. Luggage ready when we got to carousel, driver met us at baggage area exit, and Fiora met us at the apartment when ...
... basilica because the line was absolutely ridiculous and we were scorched already, so we (eventually) found the metro station and made our way back to the hotel for a short rest, before going to (a very average) dinner around the corner. The subsequent gelato was reasonable, I took a break from my regular chocolate/coconut combo to go for watermelon/mango - living on the edge. ...
We met two of our other friends from UT who are studying abroad in Europe and were also traveling in Italy at the time. Since we wanted to go to the mass at the Vatican Sunday morning, we decided to spend Saturday getting in most of the major sightseeing. First, we ate at a phenomenal restaurant where mozzarella sticks were forever ruined for me because their fried mozzarella was out of this world. We then made our way to the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, ...
... at what looked like a running spigot or faucet. It was randomly placed along the sidewalk. She bent over and drank the water! She turned to us and informed us that these were all over the city and it was okay to drink the water. Without giving it a second thought I walked up to that spigot too and drank some water. It was crisp, cold, and refreshing! My friends looked at me as if I was crazy, but eventually some of them tasted the water too. We filled up our water bottles ...
... or "passeggiata". Liam was on the prowl for a pizza place so we headed in the general direction of the Piazza Navona. Winding through the alley ways we followed the sound of music and came upon an amazing scene; the Pantheon lit up in all her glory! We grabbed a table in the square and Liam swore the pizza was the best in Rome. Watching the moon sail over the Pantheon was truly a memorable ...