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... money. Two mains (a sandwich and a pasta), a large beer and a glass of wine for only E$12.
On our way back to the apartment for our afternoon rest, N stopped for a porchetta (roast suckling pig sandwich) and we both had some gelato as well. After our rest, we headed back to the food stand N got the porchetta from, where I got myself another lampredotto (I was just having as many as I could for comparison, yes, that's it). We roamed around for ...
... with sirens and flashing blue lights on. But they too waited in a long line at a gate.
sooooo, with no Choice of route, our pilgrimage had us walking with thousands of people through a 3 block long tunnel only to meet several other long lines with thousands of people all coalescing at one entrance, still a half mile away. People, priests, nuns, people still sleeping under blankets on the street, large groups from many ...
... the twenties or thirties. Its two rooftop terraces boast very impressive views of Rome, but it's too cold to spend any amount of time out there. Our host is Angelo, who is is very friendly and helpful, but unlike Sandra or Donatella for example he's clearly not the sort of person who runs a B&B in order to meet new people and engage in conversation. "Il Boom" is the name of an Italian movie from the fifties about Italy's post-war economic miracle, and in fact the entire apartment ...
... awning supported by wooden bollards was rolled out via ropes connected to an inner metal circle. We spent several hours marvelling the sight, before crossing the road for a spectacular two course lunch with fantastic views of the building. After a giant chocolate desert, we were spent, and decided it was about time to swim back to our apartment. A well spent day, the colosseum gets the thumbs up! Tomorrow, more ruins - the Roman Forum and Palatine, followed by the ...