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... soaked. My ugly hat did not hold up and I had to toss it...big loss, NOT!
We ended up back at The Good Fellas for what we thought was a hamburger. It ended up being a huge pattie with salad and fries....Gord ate his massive meat pattie and then most of mine. Not too happy about the meal but thats ok.
Tomorrow morning we will be getting on the bus to do some more walking. We will probably shop a bit too. Early night so that we can feel fresh for the morning. Good night ...
... pump the air. To me though, the funniest part of this tour was the organized rebelness. You would think that a legit tour would be completely law abiding and rule adhering yes? No. Not in Rome at least anyway. First we jumped on the bus with absolutely no care to purchase tickets, "Alright my little chocolate coated marshmellows, here's what gonna happen. We're all gonna jump on this next bus. Now were obviously not going to get tickets because your all ...
... It snaked all the way across St Peters square. Change plans again. Sent the folks a postcard (which I will probably beat home) and then went in search of a cafe with wifi. So the first part of my day was spent drinking coffee, early lunch, glass of wine, writing my memoirs and watching the hustle & bustle of Rome. Not in the LP guide but still a very nice way to spend some time.
Around 2 I headed off on the tour of the ...
... to the front of the line saving us around an hour.
- Head out to Trastevere for dinner. It's a gorgeous part of Rome and cheaper than most central places we loved the restaurant Casetta di Trastevere. It was cheap and really good food.
After five days in Rome we went to Naples and to be truthful we're not big fans of Naples. It's filthy and the people are not the friendliest and you need to watch your pockets. The reason ...
... Paul nor my favorite pizza dough.
True to my promise, dinner was at one of the best pizzerias in Rome - Da Baffetto. The pizzeria is on a very fun street - full of eateries, gelato shops and Romans having a good time. We both had the classic margherita - tomato, buffata mozzarella and basil. Flavor was great but the base was interesting - like a thin, crispy wafer. This is Roman style. I ordered "Gazzosa" as a drink for ...