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... I'm not rushing things. I then go out and try looking for a place to pack and ship the Spanish cutlery to WHR. But I couldn't find the place. ****. Ended up just finding a Carrefour express and then buying some things I needed. Headed back to the hotel. Continued to sort thru things and then went out on the town again. Walked towards a park that was close by that I hadn't been to yet. Found a cool, ...
... we hit the buffet. Was a bit disappointed that a couple sat at the table right next to us and there were plenty other tables for them to sit at. Was relieved that they were fast eaters & left, it is just hard for me to talk with strangers so close by.
After our last breakfast in Rome, we headed down the street to catch the city bus. Today Jeff wanted to go to the museum at the Castel Sant'Angelo. It was about a 30 minute ride to our ...
... ordered the bruschetta and chicken Caesar salad, seems strange to have this in Italy. It was funny because they always assumed that we were sharing, because I would order for both of us. Then I had a steak. I enjoyed a good bottle of wine, and then we each had ice cream. We finished packing what we could and then hit the sack after watching a few episodes of Mike & ...
... policemen were there!! Rip-off no.2 - breakfast overlooking the Collosseum 4 hot drinks, juice and 4 cornetttos (croissant) E64!! That's $100! Checking Trip advisor after showed many others had also been fleeced - the grande cappuccino you see in the photo was E10 alone - so we added our sorry tale to the reviews. In contrast, dinner in the back streets of simple pasta and drinks was only E30. We have been warned..... ...
... br> Back at Trastevere, we dined at Augusto's once more. I was after tripe, which was only served on Saturdays. Alas, they had run out by the time we ordered :(. Going back to the menu, I settled for ravioli with spinach & ricotta and pollo ala Romano to follow. Jenessa had consomme and the veal. The flavours did not disappoint (again) and the house red was a perfect partner for our food. Stumbling back (I did at least) to our apartment, it brought to end another lovely night in ...