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... is outside and our luggage is a block away. I'm now wild and we don't even know how to drive back to our luggage via the one way streets. We sat in the car ranting for a while and decide the only option is to turn on roaming on my phone and upload our route to Greve, via luggage. I asked the guy at the Europcar garage about a GPS or map, but alas his reply was "No, is problemmo". Really, you think? Stupid git.
G successfully got us out of Roma and we took our ...
... could to get past us!
I think Rome is built in lots of little circles. We drove around a lot of them. For a long time. The streets are really narrow, people park where they can, including on the road and the footpaths, and everyone else just goes around them, regardless of what side of the road they're on. Streets go in many different directions. And we thought there were only two directions in our country..... Finally, after a stop for petrol on the way ...
Walking down Via Veneto, we could see all the beautiful cafes, restaurants, hotels and pretty Christmas lights. Joanna and I also took our new friends to try some great Zuppa Inglese flavoured gelato on Piazza Barberini. I tried the mandarin flavour this time, which tasted exactly like…mandarin!
We said goodbye to Hernan, Sean and Amy at Piazza Novana, after checking out the fountain there which featured in the movie Angels and Demons. ...
... than the roof of St Peters.
After the Vatican we travelled on to Trevi Fontana which was nice, lots of people around and a nice area with little shops and some nice restaraunts.
Both pretty buggered after another long day, still waking up at around 0200hrs every morning and struggling to get back to sleep. I'm sure by the time I get a proper sleep we will be leaving Italy and will have to readjust time zones again!
... was a walking tour through the suburb of Testaccio. This is where the locals go to eat and buy their food. The 12 in our tour group were the only tourists we saw in the 4 hours we were there which was really nice. The food was amazing and the locals really friendly. We managed to try Cornetto (Italian croissants), tiramisu, pizza, cheeses, prosciutto, bruschetta, pasta, wine, rice balls and gelato. It was also very interesting as our guide told us ...