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... br> diving- there were so many people at the Basilica leaving after the blessing
that we know we would have had to be there hours early to even glimpse him.
Following this we walked around to the famous spots of Rome. We looked at the
Piazza de Navona, the Pantheon (which was unfortunately closed due to the
public holiday), the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain. However, there was
not much to see ...
... gave us...unlike the other two dishes we ordered). Fantastico...I could care less how embarrassed I feel now. We are eating the most amazing food ever. Viva la tourista!!! And then it happens...the hamburger. Someone ordered a HAMBURGER!! We're off the hook!!! Oh thank god for that hamburger...
(PS no picture of the food...I didn't dare take out my camera)
Well sadly enough, it was time to start the last leg of our Spring Break journey. It was quite bittersweet because we really didn't want to end our trip but we were so excited for Rome. We left Cinque Terre around 13h00 and headed for our train to Rome. We took a cheaper innercity option to get to Rome, which means it stops a lot. This made it a very long 7-hour train ride with stops about every 20-30 minutes. So virtually no sleep ...
... with old statues. Some of my favorites were a gold hercules, the god of wine, and the women who look nonchalant about cutting off a man’s head. The same room had an amazing mosaic floor.
Later, we went into rooms with paintings covering every piece of the wall. The first room had philosophers on one side, and religious icons on another. I appreciated the importance they placed on those philosophers. The entry ...
... where I not only found the bookshop I was looking for but my favourite mode of sightseeing transport the now familiar Hop-On-Hop-Off bus, getting late I popped into a local Indian takeaway for a curry and a beer, yes I know not very Italian but hey I hadn’t really had the time to check out what was on offer in the way of food and drink
After a good sleep I arrived at the reception in plenty of time for the pick up bus for my first tour, ...