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... menu shouldn't contain more then two languages!) and had a pretty Italian dinner and of course some icecream for dessert. As in Rome the nightlife ends at around two o'clock in the morning, we bought some cocktails to go and visited the colosseum by night! On Sunday morning we took the train to the airport, again had some Italian snacks and flew back home! Great trip and Rome is probably the best place for such a short trip as you can do everything in just a few ...
... on the top of the Aventine Hill to overlook the city, spent time people watching and looking at art in Piazza Navona, and did all sorts of little things along the way. Though there were a few changes in our plans, it was a great spring break- and it was fun playing tour guide :).
And now I am lucky enough to have my family come visit me on their spring break next week!
Buona giornata! (Have a good day!)
Off to find the hire car. The car was easy to organise and we set about packing it and getting on the road. Pamela had a moment that we have all had when getting into a car in a foreign country in that she got in the wrong side and found a steering wheel that shouldn't have been there. Anyway off we go and with a few tense moments between driver and navigator we found our way onto the freeway.
Driving in Italy is amazing. Normally in Australia i ...
... in about 10 minutes. The next day we went on one of our overly ambitious marching trips, hitting the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Piazzo Navonna, the Pantheon, and Piazzo di Poplo, plus a whole lot of shopping along the way. Then we took a wrong turn on the way back across the Tiber and arrived home hot and exhausted. We are nothing if not consistent. We toured through St. Peter's basilica yesterday with the usual throngs ...
... the Spanish Steps - also crowded and pretty, but not that great. We didn't stay long.
We love Rome, at least the parts that we were in. Almost all of the streets in the area are cobblestone and narrow and hilly. There are cute, little restaurants with patios everywhere. It's clean and everywhere you I looked adorable. It's my favorite city we've been to, I think.
We crashed tonight after another late night. Tomorrow ...