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Travel Blogs from Rome
... blocked due to an accident and reroutes us through a warren of narrow, cobbled, Vespa infested streets until we reach Pompeii then we finally hit the main road. Speed limit 60 speed travelled 110 and being overtaken constantly.
As we drive north Robyn consults the holy bible for travellers and has an epiphany in which St Rick Steves tells her that we must not drive in Rome, in peril of our sanity and paintwork, rather we should take the road north to ...
... it possibly be right? Freaking hard!! We left the next day and set out for a spot that Brooke found on the Internet. There is a website dedicated to hitchhiking around Europe and it will tell you the best places to go to try and get a ride. We were pretty much doomed from the start. We got a really late start and didn't get to the hitch spot till close to dark. On the way we picked up some cardboard and made a sign up for where we were ...
... I've got set plans here in Rome in a week!!
I used the international cell phone that I purchased before I left the U.S. to call the key holder of the apartment. I confirmed that I would meet her at the apartment at noon. Then I walked a couple blocks to an ATM, hoping that it would work for me this morning. Success!!
Back at the hotel, I checked out at 10:30 but still had at least an hour before I could take a taxi to the Trastevere District where the ...
... this park as we were looking for some peace and quite. But it really was quite spectacular. It was well equipped with bikes and segways and we actually ended up in a two seater electric bike/car which was quite reasonable. The park housed loads of museums and a zoo all of which we didn't have time to do but it certainly made a change from walking around the dusty streets.
Tip 9 - Piazza Navona.
My husband had been to Rome before ...
... and you got fed to lions to when Constantine after winning a big battle declared it the official religion and Catholicism grew. Infact the tables turned from the potential to be killed for being a christian to being killed for not being one; mighty fine way to increase church numbers me thinks.
I found it a lot more atmospheric to walk amongst ruins rather than view from the top. I could imagine a bit what it may have been like to ...
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