Comfort Suites Rome
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... Rome. We stayed for the entire loop, takes about an hour twenty minutes.
We caught up with Michael for dinner. We ate at local eatery walking distance of our hotel.
The next morning we did Vatican City tour with Michael.
Starting too early for hotel breakfast we met at the agreed spot earlier than the start of the tour so enjoyed our first Roma cappacino and fresh ...
... were stunning and just like from the movies! Our other two nights camping were luckily for Son and Dad Davidson a lot drier then the first. However, Son decided on the last night in Florence that the car's backseat would be more comfortable than the yoga foam mat she had been using. Dad Davidson officially out camped Son as Sim would like to have it known! The next morning it was time to pack up and move on again. But that part of the adventure will be in the next ...
... and the supermarket. YAY! I mentioned that there was a crazy amount of dog poop on the sidewalks at all time. Matt had fun yelling, "POOP!" every time we walked past it. He claims it was to warn us, but I highly doubt it.
We went to dinner with my new family and their friend Andrea. A nice little restaurant down by the sea, which served more than pizza! Afterwards, we went to a local bar in town and had some ...
... You have to put your number in the web page and then they send you a text message with an access code, so it didn’t work for us. Instead, we tried out some different food options at Mcdonald’s like deep fried spinach and cheese bites and also deep fried brie cheese, they were pretty good. We arrived in Rome around 4 PM and then made our way to the Hotel (Hotel Serendipity).
Luckily, the hotel was only about an 8 minute walk ...
... down the street away from the Vatican we welcome a sun shower. As many duck for cover by cosying up to closed doorways, cramming in phone booths and buying hats, umbrellas and ponchos from the all too willing to sell salesmen. Ej and I happily walk along in the rain. We know all too well that it isn't going to last long and we're grateful for the respite from the heat. And after only 5mins of walking we reach our destination, Castel Sant'Angelo. As we paid our 5euros admission ...