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Travel Blogs from Rome
... invade! We decided to go and join the pub crawl, paying only €10 instead of the €25 originally advertised. It wasn't even worth the reduced price, but it was still fun anyway and a good way to spend our last night in Rome. I know I'm being a bit of broken record, but I need to come back and explore Italy when it's not so hot and not on a budget. Then like be able to properly appreciate all the treasures that Italy has to ...
... alcohol. We came back to the apartment, tried the new vino and played some cards (with cards that we made out of paper because the "online poker store" down the street was closed). Paolo and I taught Marco e Olivia how to play spades and had a boy vs. girl showdown. Le ragazze hanno vinto! Translation: the girls won! We finally went to bed at a decent hour... Around midnight!
Selena, Marco, Olivia e Paolo
... the coast road towards Pomezia, (I think). I need to sea and keep it to the right hand side and I'll be heading south. So it's Sunday and the weather is looking stormy, where do all the Romans go on a hot, sticky Sunday? ...the beach! So now am driving along the sea shore, everyone else is looking for a park and it's tricky getting through. So I run out of road along the sea, I see the Pomezia arrow and head inland, I remember if I go straight inland I'll ...
... coincide with the drinking of local beer.... and one Ravioli related incident in Florence.
Then we went and stood in the lines to get in to the Colosseum. The lines were absolutely awful! The absolute worst that we've encountered in all of Europe - I mean, yes they were long… but after you stood in the line for ages, you reached the front where they just threw you out in a bundle in front of the ticket windows. There were no ...
I haven't had access to a computer until tonight so I haven't been updating. I know; so much to write! For now, I'll just stick with today.
Last night we got into Rome only to discover that the metro line A closes at 9 pm! The plan for how to get to our place of residence was not going to work. We ran around trying to figure out buses (it was about 10:30 PM) for a while before just giving up and getting a taxi. Then we ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed