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Travel Blogs from Rome
... on and by the time I came out it had started to rain, what a bummer. So we pick up our bits and pieces and had to scurry inside. We all went down to the squire and sat and watch the passing parade as we had a couple of wines, and watched the eye candy, very nice to, if you ask me. We ate at home, packed our bags, and had an early ...
... hawkers lining the sides of the bridge. From here we walked to the nearest metro and went back to the hotel for a couple of hours of R&R. We went out for dinner just after 7pm, back to Trastevere. We really wanted to go to this restaurant called Da Enzo al 29. When we got there it was full and they told us to try again in an hour. So we went back to the square with the buskers from the night before, sat on the fountain steps with a cold beer and watched some ...
... Condotti. Then to Trevi fountain while eating Gelari ! Saw two Labradors like Billie which was cool. Walked back to Hotel Cortina and collapsed lol. Later went out for dinner but went up to the Basilica San Maria. Found it by accident. Huge place with a very plain facade. Was late but still a mass going on. The church has a Meridien line through it and was designed by Michelangelo. Had simple dinner at the Irish pub below the hotel then off to ...
... other popular landmarks of the country. I felt a little unprepared for my visit to the Vatican, simply because I knew very little about it. But, the greater appeal for me was the much lauded ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. However, a 40 minute class on the paintings, with the use of a miniature billboard of the paintings, had to be endured. I felt so impatient, I just wanted to see the artwork! I am such a bad student when I feel like I am suffering through the unnecessary but ...
... hospitality we enjoyed for the remainder of our stay.
After a much needed night of sleep we ventured out of our hotel early the next morning like enthusiastic first-time tourists, with energy to burn, insatiable curiosity, and a camera at the ready for every photo opportunity. I cannot believe how much walking we did in our first day.
We started with the Colosseum and later ventured into the streets in the heart ...
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