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... from your typical pizza. It had a thin crust and was almost burnt on the outside. I ordered a tomato, mozzarella, fungi and ham pizza. Delicious!! What I loved: Finally meeting people. Seeing the outside of the Vatican. Eating Roman pizza. Highlight: Roman pizza. Lowlight: Traveling on the bus at night time in Rome. It's scary. I feel unsafe. And... I think I'm getting ...
... along the river as the sun was setting. Dana bought a purple, cotton shawl which had been woven by the owner, Mimi. I purchased a top from Nepal' black with Picassoesque designs! At dusk, we ate grilled beef and chicken, watching the city light up as the ancient river flowed alongside our table. For dessert, we had, of course, delicious gelato!
Today, after a sumptuous breakfast on the roof ...
... Colosseum but have to wait for Marc tomorrow.
Walked along the river and got lost a little on purpose. Rome is actually much smaller than I thought. Today I walked all the way across it in just 2 hours or so. Proper street labels and easy to navigate. The wifi at places is real ****** but other than that just wonderful.
I've now been stopped 4 times by tourists asking me directions. I either really look Italian or give off a vibe like I know ...
... it to the end of the street, I knew where we were and we travelled a little further down and came across the giant white building, The Vittoriano II - National Monument honoured to Victor Emmanuel II, the first king of a unified Italy, .
It's free to enter this beautiful building (well some of it) so we decided to go in and tick it off our list! This building also holds the burial of 'The Unknown Soldier' which there are 2 soldiers guarding it 24/7.
We climbed ...
... port of the great city, but after laneway after laneway of collapsed brick walls it becomes a tad repetitive. I must admit that, should I have brought along some form of interpretive book or
map, it would doubtless have oozed more history, but I failed to, so it didn’t!
The museum there was a bit of a surprise however, it was filled with sculptures in various
states of preservation, dated prior to much of what we’d recently ...