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... my first stop, I'd be running around, frantically trying to see all that I could, packing my itinerary with museums, roman ruins, giant cathedrals, ect. Now, though, I have to force myself to leave the hostel and give a **** about this place.
Walked from Colosseum to roman forum, which is reallycool/reallyold/holycrapthisistheo ldestthingi'veeverseen/jesusthere's3,00 0elderlychinesepeoplehere/idon'tcareany ...
... bus times. When we got back to campus, we were able to share our stories with others who had gone to other places. Other people went to Bari (Italy), London, Ravenna (Italy), Venice, and a few people stayed in Rome to explore the city and experience more of the nightlife. One kid had an interesting experience staying in one of the hostels here in Rome. So apparently he was sleeping on the bottom bunk of a room with 6 beds. The kid staying above him was some kid from ...
... a mushroom and cheese bake that was quite frankly, uninspiring. From this point on my senses unfortunately ceased to accommodate anything gastronomic, whether taste, smell or sight related, until it was dessert time. My advice to you wine wannabe’s; allow the waiter to fill your wine glass. God forbid you take white with the rack of lamb.
Between each of the courses, guests mingled amongst other tables or strolled outside to the gardens to smoke or bum around. ...
... Old Town where we had lunch at a little cafe at Campo do Flori. There were lots of small vendors including a great fruit stand where I had the best strawberries I have had in my life! We then head to the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps. In there I bought a new Longchamp purse, probably a silly purchase but hey " when in Rome..." We then ventured back to Roma Termini for a quick ...
... dishes facing the same way, it was like they where facing Mecca. I ended up buying a bag to carry all the pottery I bought in the tile and pottery factory. We were taken to a Carpet / Rug coop in the Medina with all these beautiful Berber, Jewish, Old Cashmere Hand Knotted, and new Hand Knotted Rugs, made from Australian, New Zealand Wool that is donated by the Government to help these people. All the difference between the rugs was ...