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... myself in a fountain pen which I will probably hardly every use. Still it is a better memento than a statuette of the colosseum or a Pope Frankie T-Shirt (Lots of them around).
Matt and Jen decided to compete in a quest. They thought up 10 silly things to do whilst shopping. I don't think either one completed the quest.
It was late and we ended up in the ...
... same (as in Australia) unless you order a cafe macchiato. Otherwise you end up with a large glass of cold milk with a splash of coffee! Lesson learned! We walked towards the Castel de Angelo, browsing street stalls on the way, only to find about 600 people in the queue. Deciding that we would go another day as it was too hot to stand in the fun for 2 hours, we wandered around the outside moats and stopped for pizza and beer for lunch.
Jumping onto a bus, ...
... monument, the mouth of truth and Circus Maximus, then back to the house where we joined the community for lunch. Being Holy Thursday it is a special feast for the priesthood and a feast we had! As we sat down in the beautiful dining hall with all the priests we had no idea we were in for a 4 course banquet - the food just kept appearing!! Antipasti, special bread from Napoli, pasta, rabbit...delicious cakes....Feeling ...
... what happened next. But first – a stop at a McDonald’s for a bathroom break. It was the busiest (and strangest) McDonald’s I had ever seen. More creative parking in their lot – they actually had a guy in the parking lot helping people to find spots. He pointed one out to me that would have inconvenienced about 4 other people if I didn’t come out in time, but fortunately, someone was pulling out at the same time I pulled in, and I quickly snagged that ...
... and rides to the train. One girl asks if we would like to go to Rome for 35Euro each, so I ask her if she will take us direct to our hotel, she says yes if it is in the walls of Rome, so we wait a while for the minivan and then off we go! The road to Rome from the port is quite agricultural and we see the first large scale agricultural workings we have seen for over a week.
Anne and I find ourselves going into more familiar surroundings in Rome. It is ...