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... before returning home to Canada. By now it had started to rain, only the second time we've had rain during the tour. Jason and Melissa were going to walk around the neighborhood before leaving for their flight home to London but got waylaid because of the weather.
I said goodbye to everyone who was left (!), and took the taxi that the hotel called for me all the way over to the Trastevere District on the other side of the Tiber River. It cost almost 20 Euro. The rain ...
The plan today is to get up late, breakfast, swim, checkout.
Bus to Sorrento station
Circumvesuviana train to Naples
Visit Naples Museum of Archeology (to see all the artefacts taken from Pompeii and other sites around the bay)
Frecciarosso (fast train to Rome)
Leonardo fast train to airport
Emirates flight home via Dubai
It's been a great ...
... at the Pantheon and decided to skip dinner and eat gelato instead! We had heard from many people that Giolitti’s Gelato was the worlds best, so of course I had to be the judge of that. It indeed was the best gelato I’ve ever had! Blueberry, Lemon cello, and Oreo flavors were my choices, all on a chocolate covered waffle cone. Now that’s my kind of dinner. We watched the game at a bar called Scholars, which is where all the Marquette study abroad kids in Rome go ...
... in line and go through to see it, but Mike and I were just over-churched and over-arted, so we went back to the apartment to rest until four.
After meeting up at the market square, we all headed for a long, long walk. We hit Castel St. Angelo, Via del Corso, the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, and the Pantheon before sitting down and resting our aching stumps of feet at Tre Scallini restaurant in Piazza Navona.
... Andy and I grabbed a hotel room down the street. It was very cheap and quite nice. It was next to the street so in the morning I was woken up by the sound of the windows rattling every time a car drove by. We caught a train to Rome (it was a 12 hour strike) and Reece, Andy and I parted ways. They had to catch their flight back to England. Now i'm sitting here at a cafe near my hostel in Rome. I'm not feeling extremely ...