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... now, let’s focus on our point of arrival: Fiumicino Airport, Rome.
Escaping Fiumicino Airport on Foot
I arrive in the evening to Rome’s main airport, Fiumicino, which is right near the coastal town of… Fuimicino. Here I decide to go ahead and have my first little adventure: instead of just taking the train to the city like any normal person would, I’m going to try to walk out of the airport, ...
... lake where we swam and enjoyed a wonderful time! At around seven we got back to Trastevere and showered and got ready to go out dancing! Eden and I came home at around 3am! The rest of the weekend/and the beginning of the week was spent studying Italiano--because we had an exam today!! Thank goodness we both felt confident and did very well!
We miss you all! Can't wait for our next adventures! This weekend a FIRENZE! Get ready!
Karen and Eden ...
... leg room, bigger chairs and no one in front of me. Dani and Steve were able to sit near each other, but Dani was miserably sick the entire way over and Steve just relaxed and caught up on some sleep.
So far..day number 1..with little to no sleep is going wonderfully! I am anxious to see how the bus ride from Rome to Florence is..I guess you guys will know later!
Gondolas in Venice are perhaps the most recognizable of all the features of Venice along with the canals and bridges themselves. Gondolas were the primary means of transportation through the waterways of Venice for centuries. As technology developed and the years went by, the introduction of motorized boats (vaporettos) and ferries has largely reduced the use of gondola rides in Venice Italy to ceremonial events and ...
... marvel of all time – St Peter’s Basilica.
Even your ordinary work such as the Spanish Steps demands attention, even if simply to say 'oh yeah, I’ve seen that…’
So thank you, our experience in Rome has definitely inspired and enriched our lives.
They say Rome is the Eternal City. A place where no amounts of visits will allow you to fully explore and discover. It seems then that Jacqui and I have barely touched the ...