Bed & Breakfast a Casa di Giorgia
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Today was incredible!! Well....one part of it was! The morning was just filled with normal theology and art and architecture classes...but after that it was incredible! At about 12:30 a group of us headed out to go on the Scavi Tours. We arrived in front of St. Peter's Basilica at about 1:15 and my tour started at two, so Sarah and I hit up a little coffee shop where I had a delicious café latte and Sarah had some gelato. Then at two, we headed to ...
... We made it to the station, San Polo to get to Ostia Antica. We asked which train was going our way, and were told to go to track 4. SO….we go. And we get on a train which is COVERED in graffiti. Inside and out. No A/C. It is HOT and HUMID. We sit. And we sit. Nothing. All of the other trains come and go, train #4, on track #4 just sits there. Do we get off? What if we get off and the train goes? No one else is getting on ...
... one. It was about a 30 minute walk. We get there and they have a live band, but they are playing un-danceable songs so it kinda defeated the purpose. At this point we were sober, tired, and still free shirt-less. We finally decided to ask when we would get them, and we were told that they are at the last bar for making it all the way through. It was 2:30 so we decided it wasn't worth staying up for it. We walked back with the British girls and just called it a ...
... doing a walking tour of Rome starting at the spanish steps and going to the Trevi Fountain. Afterwards we are visiting the Vatican museum (at night!). Apparently there are a lot less tourists and possibly, it is only open on Friday nights, though not sure. Anyways, all very exciting stuff, but Ill leave it at that so you dont get bored haha (but really, how could you!? its ROMA).
The Girl with the Guitalele
After arriving on the 4th, we had a strand of things to get accomplished. Being jet-legged and sick was not the best combination. Eating a delicious Naples pizza and getting some rest was definitely the most beneficial remedy; prepared me for the day to come!
My first (true) day in Roma:
Getting out of bed around noon, two of my roommates and I set out on the rainy cobble stone streets. We went to a flea market that we heard was open on ...