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Today we move on from Rome to Tuscany, but will be back for our last week for shopping. We are well organised and have a taxi take us to the garage where our Fiat Panda is waiting. We unloaded our luggage and then walked a block further to sign the paperwork. So glad we had checked the day before to save dragging the luggage around.
At registration we are advised there is no GPS available for our car, although we have booked one. You have to be kidding me! No, ...
... to stay where we were. Plus we were too tired to run! Eventually he comes back with another couple so they jump in ready to go and we figured we were off, but no....there are still two empty seats! Another 15 minutes later he finally drags two more people down the path, I'm not sure they were coming voluntarily but they weren't game to go anywhere else either with the owner of the company running along behind the driver pointing at his watch and yelling something ...
... impressive, imposing, awe-inspiring, and the grandeur, in Joanna’s opinion, made her feel ‘insignificant.’ It’s the biggest church in the world, and I think it’s beautiful.
Afterwards, Amy, Hernan, Sean, Joanna and I headed to Alice Pizza for lunch. Here you pay for your pizza by weight, which we thought was a great idea! Whilst we ate, we all expressed our relief that the tour wasn’t a scam, and we were so happy to see ...
... carousel go round and round and never seeing our luggage
Mom highlight - being able to walk up the Spanish steps
Brian lowlight - lost luggage
Brian highlight - creme caramel gelato at Gelato di San Crispino
Claibourne lowlight - everything about Alitalia
Claibourne highlight - Trevi Fountain
Christine lowlight - traveling and all it entailed, especially lost luggage
Christine highlight - Trevi Fountain
... set out. Sundays one had all different salads, pastas, rice, bread, fruit. It was all delicious. Most Italians will just have a plateful but we went back for seconds (so did lots of people) and that was our dinner for the price of a cocktail and beer. We really enjoyed Rome, all the sights are just as great as you think they'd be, our favourite was definitely the colosseum. The 28+ degree weather was a bonus too! We're off to Pisa then Florence tomorrow. Two cities in one ...