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Travel Blogs from Rome
... Unfortunately we also have some people who have decided they will only sit at the rear of the bus. This sort of inconsiderate and selfish behaviour also annoys me, but I guess in any big group you are going to get these types of people, they don't attend any of the dinners either which I find a little odd and shows they want to separate themselves and not be part of the group. They call themselves the naughty section up the back of the bus, all seems a bit childish to me, I guess ...
... wanted to spend some time walking around. We went and got some pizza al taglio at my favorite place (frutta e grano), gelato, and continued to explore.
We ended up at Piazza Popolo until dinner, listening to some street performers play their guitar with a little Queen in the background. Then it was off to dinner at Life.
I promised my cousin, Dominic, some good gelato, so that day, we ended up at Giolotti's and Venchi. YUM!
... we took Kevin right up to the top of Anacapri where we mingled with the rich and famous. A spot of shopping and a visit to the museum of San Michele, followed by a coffee overlooking the bay of Naples. On to Roma. Jumped on one of the hop-on hop- off buses that tear around Rome. Walked through the botanic gardens and back on the bus to the Colosseum. Coming back to Rome in. Couple of ...
... government has allowed to be used by this group to help the homeless cats of Rome. Needless to say we gave a donation to the cause. Tonight we are going to see a famous opera call La Traviata at an old theatre close by. I have read the translation to Wardy and we should be able to follow it - we had a taste last night and loved it so much we are going back for more. Back home on Saturday and looking forward to it. ...
... was very passionate about her business.
After checking in, we caught the train to Riomaggiore (first
village) and wandered up the main street, it was very steep and lined with
cafes, shops and hotels. Then we waited to catch the train to the next town,
turns out the trains in this area are either late or don’t arrive at all, so we
caught the next train that arrived (along with everyone else who had been
waiting half an hour), ...